Michael Winterbottom and Andrew Eaton's Revolution Films is poised to sign a two-year first-look deal with United Artists Films.
They're ruffling a few feathers at the Peacock next fall, adding three comedies, four dramas and a Saturday movie. Meanwhile, ABC and the WB are also inching closer to locking in 2000-01 skeds, with…
Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group has closed a major international rights deal on Matthieu Kassovitz's "The Crimson Rivers," a French-language thriller repped and produced by Gaumont. "Crimson"…
USA Network has canceled "La Femme Nikita," the weekly action hour that stands as one of the most successful firstrun series in the history of basic cable.
Shooting Gallery and MM Media Capital Partners are joining forces to expand the Shooting Gallery Digital Facility.
In an unprecedented domestic alliance, Paramount Pictures and Miramax Films have jointly acquired North American and Australian rights to Peter Cattaneo's upcoming "Our Lucky Break."
Russ Rieger has been elevated from G.M. to senior exec at the Maverick Recording Co., reporting to label co-partner Guy Oseary. Madonna and Ronnie June Dashev are the label's other co-partners. Aside…
Gary Oldman and Mena Suvari ("American Beauty") are in final negotiations to star in the $42 million action drama "D'Artagnan" for Behaviour Worldwide and Diamant/Cohen Prods., with Steven Paul's…
X marked the spot at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in the Los Angeles Convention Center last week.
UGC Intl. has picked up worldwide rights to Alan Rudolph's "Investigating Sex," an $8 million project starring Nick Nolte and Neve Campbell.
A few good titles have enlivened the first five days of the 53rd Cannes Film Festival, at which some relatively new filmmakers have tended to score higher points than have a number of longtime…