Marc Pascucci has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing at Loews Cineplex U.S., the division of Loews Cineplex Entertainment that operates 2,000 screens in 22 states.
The Mexican Senate has eliminated the screen-time requirements from the new film law, sending the measure back to Congress.
CNBC temporarily removed guest analyst James Cramer from the cable web Wednesday to investigate whether he made inappropriate comments about a stock.
Former General Instrument VP Robert M. Rast has joined Dolby Laboratories as vice president, electronic media.
Aaron Spelling will receive the Chairman's Award from the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors when the org holds its annual banquet on Jan. 17.
Officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police raided the Toronto headquarters of bankrupt theater concern Livent Wednesday, looking for documents to further its investigation into Livent's finances.
A&E has timed a new one-hour episode of its "American Justice" series on the facts surrounding Johnathan Harr's best-selling book "A Civil Action" to coincide with the Christmas release of the…
Ryan O’Neal has joined the cast of the low-budget indie feature “Gentlemen B.,” now shooting in L.A. The $200,000 pic, about a coterie of suave bank robbers, stars Charlie Mattera, Peter Greene…
Five-time Emmy winner David Milch, co-creator of "NYPD Blue," will receive the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television from the Writers Guild of America at its Feb. 20 prize-giving bash.
Juan Luis Cebrian has stepped down as CEO of Spanish film and TV conglom Sogecable.
Filmmakers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall, whose non-exclusive deal with Disney expires at year's end, are close to a deal to move their Kennedy/Marshall Co. to Universal Pictures.