Miramax Films has finalized a deal with Swedish helmer Lasse Hallstrom to direct the film conversion of John Irving's novel "Cider House Rules."
After getting a divorce from Comcast late last year, Rich Frank is now closing the C3 chapter of his career.
China's film industry is moving ahead with plans to strengthen its struggling studios and distributors.
Dustin Hoffman was on hand Saturday to cut the ribbon and celebrate the opening of the new Warner Bros. Studio Store in Times Square.
France's Groupe AB -- which made its fortune in the 1980s by supplying hundreds of hours of kids programs and sitcoms to leading national broadcaster TF1 -- is paying the price for its ambitious…
CBS latenight host Tom Snyder, tiring of the five-night-a-week grind required of his show, will step down as host of "The Late Late Show" sometime before his current contract expires in September…
Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, whose "Godzilla" is set to stamp out the U.S. box office next month, will join Will Smith's "The Mark" at Universal Pictures as producers, the studio announced Monday.
Shaw Communications, a major shareholder of one of Canada's largest private media empires is going to court to maintain its hold on Western Intl. Communications.
Showtime Networks has pacted with Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum to generate scripts that will be developed into films.
The Sundance Channel will get access to the Manhattan subscribers of Time Warner Cable of New York City for the first time through an unusual all-day-Sunday subscription-TV experiment.
Media giants CLT-UFA and the Kirch Group will present a modified form of their German pay-TV merger proposal to the European Commission today, according to press reports.