President Clinton announced Thursday that he intends to nominate FCC commissioner Susan Ness for a second five-year term.
Aida Turturro has joined the cast of HBO's "The Sopranos," playing the older sister of the stressed-out New Jersey mobster Tony Soprano.
Apparently under pressure from Columbia Pictures, Garry Shandling and Brad Grey were moving Thursday toward an 11th hour settlement of their pending $100 million lawsuit.
A new report has confirmed what Kiwis have long suspected about their television system: It may be the least regulated in the world, but its local content level is dismal.
DreamWorks executive Ann Daly returned to the witness stand Thursday in Jeffrey Katzenberg's breach of contract case against Disney to defend her predictions on video sales.
New Line on Wednesday began a series of auctions, selling off memorabilia from several of its pics -- "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me," "Rush Hour," "Boogie Nights," "Spawn," "Blade," "The…
Kerry Packer's Consolidated Press Holdings took full control of Hoyts Cinemas Monday, delivering to Packer all but a few shares in the exhib.
The last of the "big four" British musicals of the 1980s will be the first to close: Cameron Mackintosh's production of "Miss Saigon" will call it quits Oct. 30 at the Theater Royal, Drury Lane -…
The search for fortune in the East resumed Wednesday when a witness on India testified that the Indian market should contribute $17.8 million to Jeffrey Katzenberg's controversial bonus.
During a private meeting with more than 100 entertainment industry power brokers at the home of Warner Bros. chairman and CEO Terry Semel, Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush said he…
Eddie Murphy has rejoined the voice cast of Fox's claymation comedy "The PJs" after briefly bailing on the show in anger over Fox's decision to hold it back for midseason rather than giving it a slot…