Actor Patrick Stewart, whose roles range from Shakespeare to "Star Trek," has signed on as a presenter at Women in Film's Lucy Awards luncheon Saturday.
Peter Hoffman's Seven Arts Pictures is in advanced negotiations with Rysher Entertainment to buy all international rights to "Onegin," starring Ralph Fiennes.
Thirty-four scientific and technical achievements have made the first cut in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' selection process for next year's Oscars.
The Cannes Film Festival sidebar Directors Fortnight has a new chief, following the resignation of Pierre-Henri Deleau.
Fox has picked up 22 episodes of its fledgling newsmag "Fox Files," the web confirmed Thursday.
With Argentina's cable systems preparing to introduce tiered programming, soccer clubs are demanding a revision of TV contracts, so they can reap more pay-per-view coin.
Music entertainment channel MTV has agreed to drop the colors of India's national flag from its on-screen logo.
With independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's summary report to Congress likely to be released to the public today, the race is now on among magazine and book publishers over how to handle the hot copy…