NBC dominated the March 2-8 primetime Nielsens, as late-season schedule changes on the competition have only added distance between the Peacock and its pursuers.
After breaking speed records at the international box office, "Titanic" cruised into Oscar record books Tuesday with 14 nominations, tying the 1950 "All About Eve" for the most noms ever and…
Richard C. Glouner, a third-generation cinematographer who worked in the industry more than 40 years, died Feb. 9 of Lou Gehrig's Disease (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) at a hospital in Newport…
Filmmakers Erin Dignam, Tim Blake Nelson and Scott Saunders were announced as finalists for the Someone to Watch Award at the upcoming Independent Spirit Awards on March 21.
The USA Network, which has harvested solid Nielsens with its three original primetime series on Sunday -- "La Femme Nikita," "Silk Stalkings" and "Pacific Blue" -- will expand to Saturday night with…
Lloyd Bridges, who had a long and successful acting career (in films like "High Noon" and TV series such as the popular "Sea Hunt") and who spawned a small acting dynasty thanks to his sons Beau and…
In the latest restructuring prompted by the Barry Diller-led buyout of Universal's domestic TV arm, Universal has consolidated the management of its overseas TV channels under Tony Garland, who has…
Joan Allen has been cast as the lead in "Though the Sky Falls," based on the life of a journalist and the perils that befall her as she gets closer to the rotten core of Dublin's underworld.
ABC has renewed frosh comedy "Dharma & Greg" and second-year sitcom "Spin City" for the 1998-1999 season.
Bill Clinton's ex-pal and Whitewater partner Jim McDougal died on March 8, but his ghost will continue to haunt the president, in the form of a soon-to-be-published book from Gotham-based publishers…
About 50 crew members shooting a film in Canoga Park for the Disney Channel walked off the set Tuesday, set up a picket line to shut down production and negotiated union membership on the spot…