The solo bow from Fugees front woman Lauryn Hill, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," was the bestselling album in the nation last week, according to sales data released Wednesday.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. on Wednesday notified 80 employees, including three senior level executives, that their jobs were being cut as part of an overhead reduction campaign by the financially…
While "Saving Private Ryan" continues to fire volleys in theaters, Steven Spielberg has selected two unknown actresses to star in his next pic, "Memoirs of a Geisha."
Mill Film, the f/x house fronted by Ridley and Tony Scott, has acquired Magic Camera, the U.K. facility best known for its miniature modeling.
A group of Los Angeles-based entrepreneurs are planning to buy the rights to many of the Academy Award-winning documentaries, both shorts and features, over the last 40 years and use them as linchpin…
Jurnee Smollett, MacKenzie Astin, Stephanie Peyton, Clifton Powell and Yolanda King have inked to star in "Selma, Lord, Selma," for ABC's "Wonderful World of Disney."
Discovery Communications, the constantly growing empire spawned by the cable channel, will establish a Discovery Channel Books imprint with Random House.
South African pay TV station M-Net got a shock when it discovered the U.S.-made sci-fi series "First Wave," which it had secured for primetime viewing, turned out to have nude scenes.
Skeet Ulrich, in North Carolina filming "Takedown" for Miramax, will move to a colder climate with a starring role in "Chill Factor" for Morgan Creek and Warner Bros.
Daniel Diamond, president of international distribution and marketing at Franchise Pictures, is exiting his post at the nascent indie company.
The Fox Network, ESPN, the WGN superstation and cabler FX are all vying to deliver national audiences for the games featuring the record-tying 61st - and record-breaking 62nd - home runs that Mark…