It's official: Polygram's domestic TV operation is staying put at Universal, the studio confirmed Thursday (Daily Variety , March 25).
Are Oscar tickets really "not for sale" and "non-transferable?" At least that's what a California judge has ruled. California Superior Court judge David Horowitz has ruled in favor of the Academy of…
Angelina Jolie is in final negotiations to star as a femme fatale in "Dancing in the Dark" for Warner Bros. and Steven Reuther's Bel Air Entertainment.
Actor and master magician Ricky Jay is returning to Gotham stages in a new show he conceived with playwright-director David Mamet. Carole Shorenstein Hays and Stuart Thompson are in the cards to…
Warner Bros. has named Jeffrey Goldstein to the position of senior vice president and general sales manager. Goldstein will report to Daniel Fellman, president of Warner Bros. domestic theatrical…
Italian pubcaster RAI and the International Herald Tribune (IHT), which is jointly owned by the New York Times and the Washigton Post, announced Thursday in Rome a strategic alliance in the field of…
After nearly two years of false starts, French Culture Minister Catherine Trautmann's reformed audiovisual regulation is finally getting a proper hearing.
The Fox Network has nailed down the TV rights to the first $100 million grosser of 1999, Warner Bros.' "The Matrix," although the network will have to settle for two runs following a burst of plays…
Radio-Canada, the French-language TV network of Canadian pubcaster CBC, is to invest C$20 million ($13 million) in home-grown French-speaking cinema over the next five years, it announced Thursday.
Model Tyra Banks has signed to star as a doll who comes to life in the telefilm "Life Size" for ABC's "Wonderful World of Disney" family movie showcase.