Last week proved it would take more than just a little rain to keep preemgoers from their rounds.
Music producer-songwriter Johnny Lee Jackson has filed a lawsuit against Death Row Records and Interscope Records for allegedly failing to pay him for 11 songs he produced and co-wrote on the Tupac…
As the Oscar campaign nears, so do tensions between filmmakers and studios over marketing campaigns. In the Los Angeles Times last week, Robert Altman expressed his displeasure with Fine Line because…
The lineup of films at the Sundance Film Festival certainly lived up to the promise of diversity predicted at the outset by Sundance topper Robert Redford and fest director Geoff Gilmore.
French pay TV group Canal Plus plans to reduce or even give up its stakes in Germany's pay TV channel Premiere and the commercial channel Vox, the weekly German newsmagazine Focus reported Sunday.
Showtime is readying a pair of telefilms based on the 1960s CBS courtroom drama series "The Defenders" that are currently being written by Reginald Rose, now 76, who created the original show and…
Matthew Kearns, director of international business affairs, has been upped to vice president of business affairs for Columbia TriStar Television's children's programming unit.
Brad Silberling ("Casper"), currently in pre-production on Warner Bros.' "City of Angels," is attached to direct Universal's "Father Figure," to be produced by Brillstein-Grey Entertainment.
A&E has bought the 100-minute concert special "Ira Gershwin: The Centenary Event," produced last month in London by Euro Arts-Primetime and H.D. Thames.
Underscoring the breakthrough of a new generation of helmers in Spain, Alejandro Amenabar's "Thesis" (Tesis) won the best picture Goya at Saturday's Spanish film awards.
January is supposed to be one month when the U.S. majors fire a lot of heavy artillery in overseas territories, but the guns have been mostly silent this time.