Filmmakers Brian Robbins and Mike Tollin, who tackle highschool football in Paramount's upcoming comedy "Varsity Blues," will next take a swing at inner-city little league baseball in Par's…
Polygram CEO Jan Cook has ended his 25-year run at the conglom by retiring Tuesday.
NEW YORK — CBS News special correspondent Gloria Borger is close to inking a new deal significantly expanding her role at the Eye web. Under the agreement, Borger will continue as a regular…
The Casting Society of America this week launches its 1998 installment of "Stockings for Care," under which sponsors and individuals are encouraged to donate Christmas gifts for 600 disadvantaged…
NBC's Washington lobbying shop is losing veteran Terry Mahoney, who has announced that he is going in to business for himself.
Warner Bros. announced plans Tuesday to beef up the Idea Place, its inhouse creative ad agency, adding Ricky Mintz, Capitol Records' VP of marketing and creative services, as senior VP.
Iwerks Entertainment has formed an alliance with Media Technology Source, a leading provider of theater equipment, to provide clients with one-stop shopping solutions for large-format theater, ride…
John Patrick Veitch, the former president of worldwide production for Columbia Pictures from 1979 to 1983, died Tuesday from pancreatic cancer. He was 78.
Mike Nichols is near a deal to direct "What Planet are You From?" a Columbia comedy starring Garry Shandling as an alien sent to Earth to procreate.
The culture wars rage on at the New York Post as more changes unfolded at the paper Tuesday. After 21 years and countless curtains, the New York Post's Clive Barnes is stepping aside as the tab's…
There's no place like Dome, Pacific Theatres Realty Corp. has decided. Pacific has reached an agreement with several preservationists on final plans to build a $70 million entertainment center at the…