Embattled Canuck TV producer Cinar Corp. has been hit with a tough new ruling by Canadian regulatory authorities.
Ray Liotta has entered into final negotiations with Universal Pictures to star in "Hannibal" as FBI investigator Thomas Krendler. The sequel to "The Silence of the Lambs" is due to begin production…
Uncle Sam may be due for a cut of the April box office. Extending a U.S. military occupation of the No. 1 B.O. spot, Universal's World War II submarine actioner "U-571" swamped rivals with a…
"Dharma & Greg's" courtship with stations is moving right along.
Just weeks after asserting that Rupert Murdoch and Telecom Italia were trying to push him out of pay TV operator Stream, Italy's top film producer and distributor Vittorio Cecchi Gori has sold his…
Gameshow host, actor, speechwriter for President Nixon and Pepperdine professor Ben Stein will create an online game, a series of e-greeting cards and a daily poll for Shockwave.com.
Lions Gate Films has acquired worldwide rights to "One," a romantic comedy that will be directed by Gary Sinyor ("The Bachelor") and produced by John Davis ("Dr. Dolittle") and Paul Brooks.
Cisneros Television Group is setting up an inhouse post-production facility, the Kitchen, currently under construction.
Johnson-Burnett Studios has opened a major production office in Toronto and named Tania Smunchilla to manage the new outpost.
Fox Broadcasting has named former Columbia Pictures exec Senn Moses to serve as exec VP of marketing. Moses replaces George Greenberg, who last fall ankled the post to serve as exec VP of Fox Sports…
Universal Pictures Intl. has sold French rights to the Coens' Cannes Intl. Film Festival entry "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" to Jean Labadie's Bac Films and is negotiating a U.K. deal with Redbus Film…