With co-founder Gary Sinise signed on to star, Chi's Steppenwolf Theater Co. announced Wednesday that it will revive "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," playwright Dale Wasserman's adaptation of the…
No more than five producers will be listed in the main title credits of a feature film, and the total number of producers will be limited to eight, if new guidelines from the Producers Guild of…
New Line Cinema has upped Robert Kobus to the position of executive vice president of marketing finance and administration.
Jeremy London ("Party of Five"), Treat Williams and Bryan Brown have been signed to star in Hallmark Entertainment's four-hour "Journey to the Center of the Earth," which will premiere on USA Network…
Howard Rosenman and Carol Baum, who for six years steered Sandollar, have formed Howard and Carol Prods., a partnership that will combine projects they have been working on separately with new ones…
CBS CEO Mel Karmazin locked in a $195 million gain when he exercised 10-year-old stock options last year, CBS revealed Thursday, and also collected $6 million in salary and bonuses.
Three plays appear to be rapidly firming up for June bows at the prestigious Williamstown Theater Festival.
Two of Britain's latest Oscar winners, Judi Dench and Tom Stoppard, have joined a group of over 100 leading British arts figures to attack the U.K. government for promoting film, television and pop…
Nashville-based Gaylord Entertainment has agreed to bankroll Indigo Prods., a new venture from British film and TV producers Scott Meek and Nigel Stafford-Clark.
The Sci-Fi Channel's decision to keep the action-adventure hour "Sliders" in production after the Fox Network canceled it in 1997 has paid off: While continuing in firstrun, the show will go into…