With the May sweeps kicking off tonight, ABC's monster smash "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" continues to terrorize all competition in its path. But the Beast That Conquered Network TV may be…
Euro Disney, operator of Disneyland Paris, narrowed net losses for the first half of the fiscal year beginning October 1999 to $28.8 million -- a third lower than in the same period last year.
Fox's syndie arm Twentieth Television has promoted four execs on its national sales team and added new staffers.
Spyglass Entertainment is putting an American face on "The Monster": the Disney-based shingle has cast Tom Green (MTV's "The Tom Green Show") as the lead in its English-language adaptation of Roberto…
Producer Dick Wolf's drama war-horse "Law & Order" will remain on NBC through spring 2005 as part of a blockbuster long-term renewal deal with Studios USA Television.
In an uncommonly bleak season for Italian productions, the unexpected success of director Silvio Soldini's medium-budget comedy "Bread and Tulips" has given the local film sector cause for…
Arrow Ent. has tapped Kate Grodd as director of acquisitions, and Rania Richardson has been named theatrical sales manager of the indie film and TV distributor founded by attorney Dennis Friedland in…
In their first public comments about gay activists' protests against upcoming yakker "Dr. Laura," Paramount execs said they stand firmly behind the show, which they plan to debut Sept. 11.
On the heels of his comedy hit "Galaxy Quest," helmer Dean Parisot is in final negotiations to direct the Artisan Entertainment/Summit Entertainment co-production "Locked and Upright" for a payday…
French distrib Bac Films is in talks with Kinowelt Medien, as well as several other German players, planning pan-European distribution networks.
Gotham's Offline Entertainment Group has hauled in theatrical rights to a WWII seafaring yarn about folk singers Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston's stints in the Merchant Marine.