Mill Film, the f/x house fronted by Ridley and Tony Scott, has acquired Magic Camera, the U.K. facility best known for its miniature modeling.
A group of Los Angeles-based entrepreneurs are planning to buy the rights to many of the Academy Award-winning documentaries, both shorts and features, over the last 40 years and use them as linchpin…
Jurnee Smollett, MacKenzie Astin, Stephanie Peyton, Clifton Powell and Yolanda King have inked to star in "Selma, Lord, Selma," for ABC's "Wonderful World of Disney."
Philadelphia newswoman Dawn Stensland's temporary stint co-anchoring CBS News' "Saturday Morning" is about to turn into a regular gig.
Investors went on a rollercoaster ride on Wall Street Wednesday as the market first soared more than 100 points before dipping back in a late afternoon sell-off, hurting many of the major Hollywood…
Paul Bernard will direct the independent thriller "Phobia" for New York-based Arrow Entertainment.
With DVD-ROM players outpacing the growth of television set-top DVD players among consumers, New Line Home Video will attempt to push the emerging DVD home entertainment format by placing both…
Imax has committed to increasing film production, and now the large-format filmhouse is getting serious about distribution. The company has created a new marketing team, bringing on board six people…
ESPN has engineered its first deal with a consortium of cable operators, signing an eight-year contract with the NCTC (National Cable TV Cooperative) for ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN News.
D.C. Comics, which owns Superman, Batman and other classic comics characters, has an agreement in principle to acquire WildStorm Prods., one of the larger of the small comic book houses.