As "The Beach" got off to a fine start and "Toy Story 2" blitzed the overseas box office, "Sixth Sense" and "End of Days" reached or neared major milestones.
Warner Bros.' consumer products arm has awarded Hasbro a licensing stake in its upcoming "Harry Potter" film franchise, based on the books by J.K. Rowling.
The Nashville-based Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center will name the building that's the focal point of its research activities for BMI prexy/CEO Frances Williams Preston.
Charles Schulz, creator of 'Peanuts,' the most widely read and beloved comic strip in the world, died of a heart attack Saturday night in Santa Rosa, Calif. He was 77.
Rogers Communications announced financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended Dec. 31, 1999, that one analyst praised as "firing on all cylinders."
German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom has agreed to take a $503 million controlling share in the Kirch Group's Beta Research subsidiary, according to German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.
Miramax Films has committed to co-finance the Tom Stoppard play "The Real Thing" along with co-producers Anita Waxman, Elizabeth Williams and Ron Kastner.
With Thursday's lineup contributing its best ratings since September and strong second-week numbers from rookie Saturday drama "The Others" highlighting a weekend surge, NBC has moved ahead of ABC…
Tony Themistocleous has exited as executive consultant at the London-based sales and development company Lolafilms U.K., a subsid of Spain's biggest movie production company, Lolafilms.
Managing director Friedrich-Carl Wachs of the Babelsberg Studio announced Friday that he's ankling his post, casting a shadow over the legendary studio's annual brunch here Sunday.
A deal is imminent for helmer Jon Amiel to direct Paramount Pictures' new oater, "North of Cheyenne." Pic is being produced by Alan Ladd Jr.'s the Ladd Co., which has just reteamed with "Braveheart"…