Woody Allen's early work in television will be the focus of a series of screenings at the Museum of Television & Radio's outposts in New York and Los Angeles beginning Jan. 15.
DreamWorks/UIP's "Prince of Egypt," which pulled in $14.5 million in its opening weekend in the U.S., added $12.9 million from a mixed bag of weekend debuts in a crowded frame at the overseas box…
Media baron Rupert Murdoch has been declared "a proclaimed offender" by a Delhi court following his failure to appear before it despite repeated summons.
Kenneth Branagh has signed on to direct and star in DreamWorks' drama "The Betty Schimmel Story."
CBS is launching the Studios USA drama "Turks" on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 9 p.m. "Promised Land" will be off the schedule until March 25, meaning "Turks" is the choice for the February sweeps period…
"Up Close," ESPN's nightly half-hour interview show based in Los Angeles, has found a new host, Gary Miller, who will switch over from his anchor chores with the network's "Baseball Tonight" and…
Graphic Films, one of the leading large-format film producers, has nearly completed production on "To the Ends of the Earth: The Great Migration" (working title), a 40-minute giant-screen film to be…
Buoyed by a tide of critics' awards and nominations, Miramax/Universal's "Shakespeare in Love" remained on top of the exclusives list for the second consecutive week.
Broadway took a tumble last week, with audiences dwindling as shopping and partygoing took priority in the pre-holiday blitz. Total B.O. was $11,931,292, down $790,032, a significant 6.2% drop from…
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution will host ShoWest 1999's March 11, Thursday night finale, convention organizers confirmed Monday (Daily Variety, Oct. 30).
The WB television network has expanded its on-air promotions marketing division, adding two key executives and promoting another.