Internet gossip columnist Matt Drudge has inked a deal with the Fox News Channel to host an as-yet-untitled weekly celebrity news show.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. delivered on investor expectations Thursday by reporting a fourth-quarter loss of $82.5 million on revenues of $259.2 million.
The Beatrice Wood Film Award, which has been given the past four years to idiosyncratic, low-budget filmmakers for their uncompromising pursuits of artistic vision, will be presented this year to…
Imagine and Universal have struck a deal for Ken Nolan's gritty action script "The Quick Killing." Deal will snare the writer $800,000 against a low seven-figure fee if the film gets made, sources…
Sony Corp. has taken advantage of recent liberalization in Japan's pension fund laws by enlisting overseas managers for its billion-dollar-plus pension fund, a Japanese daily reported.
Television nominees for Golden Reels for sound editing represented a broad cross-section of genres. Contenders range from top-rated episodic dramas like "ER" and "Chicago Hope" to fantasy and sci-fi…
Arnold Schwarzenegger will present an Academy Award on this year's Oscarcast, marking the fourth appearance as a presenter for the action star.
Peter Falk returns to Broadway to star in the premiere of Arthur Miller's play "Mr. Peters' Connections." It is Falk's first time on stage since 1970 when he starred in Neil Simon's "Prisoner of 2nd…
Rudi Gassner, prexy and CEO of BMG Entertainment's nearly $3 billion international operation, has inked a lucrative multiyear pact with the growing conglom.
Oprah Winfrey on Thursday won her court battle against Texas cattlemen when a federal jury ruled she did not slander the beef industry in a 1996 installment of her talkshow concerning mad cow disease.
The mood will be celebratory, but the 60th annual banquet of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Art Directors takes place tomorrow night amid increasing concern that at least some in the…