After weeks of stops and starts, Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic," starring Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, is set to move forward at domestic distrib USA Films, with Initial Entertainment…
A special tribute to film composer John Williams, the 200th concert appearance of conductor John Mauceri and the return of the World Festival highlight the summer season at the Hollywood Bowl.
Santa Monica-based Launch Media Thursday announced a joint venture with Yahoo! Japan, Softbank Publishing and Tokyo Broadcasting System to provide musicvideos over the Internet in Japan.
Destination Films has lined up a busy summer production slate with the thriller "The Wheelman" and a greenlight for the Neal Moritz-produced "Slackers," which will be directed by Dewey Nicks.
Czech helmer Jan Sverak is set to shoot WWII aerial drama "Dark Blue World," his first film since "Kolya," which won the 1996 foreign-language Oscar.
New Line Cinema has purchased the remake rights to "Forbidden Planet," the 1956 MGM sci-fi classic loosely based on William Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
As part of its record $120 million investment in original crime and justice programming, Court TV will debut three original series and two documentary miniseries in 2000-01, Henry Schleiff, the court…
Customizable CD compilation service Musicmaker.com and Death Row Records have reached an exclusive, three-year licensing agreement.
Julie Andrews will star in a live broadcast of the Broadway play "On Golden Pond" on CBS during the 2000-01 season, Eye prexy and CEO Leslie Moonves announced Thursday at a pre-upfront presentation…
Joshua Leonard, one of the stars of Artisan’s “The Blair Witch Project,” has inked with ICM. He’s just wrapped Fox 2000’s “Navy Diver,” with Robert De Niro, and “In the Weeds,” with Molly Ringwald…
A New York State Supreme Court has ruled that Chris-Craft Industries and its BHC Communications unit must sell their 50% stake in the UPN television network or buy the half it doesn't own from Viacom…