With the impasse between ABC and NABET showing no signs of breaking, the Alphabet web Wednesday announced a new labor agreement with the New York branch of the union representing stagehands.
NBC has benched the frosh John Wells drama "Trinity" for the rest of the November sweeps period. NBC told Wells that the sweeps race is so close that NBC must bolster any weak spots on the schedule.
Britain's BBC will come under fire early next month, as leading Brit media companies complain to the European Commission that the Beeb should not be allowed to use public funds to finance its…
Members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. nixed changes in its bylaws that would have permitted Miramax Films' "Life Is Beautiful" to be eligible for a Golden Globe Award for best foreign film.
UPN has picked Monday Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. as the launch date for its animated sitcom "Dilbert."
It wasn't just 20th Century Fox that profited on "There's Something About Mary." Carmike Cinemas said Wednesday its third quarter profits rose 6.5% to $8.7 million in the third quarter partly because…
Mandalay Pictures is in advanced negotiations to make Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" the first production in its financing deal with Paramount Pictures.
Fresh from winning four prizes at Saturday's Australian Film Institute Awards, dark drama "The Boys" has been snapped up Stateside.
DreamWorks is in negotiations with the American Cinematheque to make the newly restored Egyptian Theatre its exclusive Hollywood engagement for "The Prince of Egypt" when the animated pic opens…
Augmenting his existing first-look deal with Miramax Films, "Good Will Hunting" producer Lawrence Bender has inked a second-look deal with Fox 2000.
"Circus Palestina," the winner of five 1998 Israeli Academy Awards, will kick off the 15th annual Israel Film Festival at the opening night gala benefit Dec. 3 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts…