Disney chief operations officer Sanford Litvack testified Monday that he believed Jeffrey Katzenberg had forfeited a 2% post-termination bonus, but was not sure he could prove it in court because "I…
Granite Broadcasting Corp. reported Monday that its net loss attributable to shareholders widened 29.4% to $13 million in the first quarter as revenues, reflecting the falloff in Olympic and…
Taking a major step toward international cultural respectability, Miami witnessed the ground-breaking ceremony for the $244 million Performing Arts Center Sunday.
Paramount Pictures has picked up the unpublished psychological thriller "Toys of Desperation," a first novel by Sean Desmond, for Lynda Obst Prods.
The body count is up across Europe with "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" slaying auds in Germany, Austria and Spain over the weekend.
Screenwriters Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson ("Rushmore"), Scott Frank ("Out of Sight"), David McKenna ("American History X") and Don Roos ("The Opposite of Sex") are among the nominees for PEN Center…
Just as TV networks have been forced to reshuffle their skeds to keep kids with guns off primetime, the effect of the Littleton, Colo., tragedy is also being felt in the film-development community.
The Sundance Institute has announced 12 feature film projects selected for the 1999 Filmmakers/ Screenwriters Lab.
NBC, Robert Halmi and Hallmark Entertainment have done it again -- "Noah's Ark" has sailed to preliminary Nielsen results well within the range of previous sweeps powerhouses "Merlin," "The Odyssey"…
New casting figures revealed a marked decline in film and television roles for Latinos, African-Americans and American Indian performers. The drop was the largest since the guild began tracking…
After tackling nuclear terrorism, global destruction and emergency medical procedures, director Mimi Leder may turn her attention to "The Glory of Love," a comedy written by her brother Reuben Leder.