With last week's announcement that News Corp. was given official permission by Major League Baseball to peruse the Los Angeles Dodgers' financial records as the next step in the team's proposed sale…
The summer B.O. fires burned a little less brightly in some markets last week due to a shortage of new releases, while holdovers "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Con Air" kept smokin'.
UPN is not letting the Sinclair stations switch to the WB TV Network without a fight. On Friday night, UPN sent a letter to the WB and Sinclair claiming the station group failed to take appropriate…
America's Health Network, the struggling medical advice channel, has "furloughed" 161 of its 200 employees after the Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp. pulled back from its planned $25 million investment…
Stuart Birnbaum and Neal Israel are producers on the Caravan Pictures project “Breach of Promise.” Information was wrong in Wednesday’s story.
The Writers Guild of America West has announced the panelists and attendees for a conference in Maui scheduled for Aug. 23-27.
The White House has officially nominated Michael Powell for a Republican vacancy at the Federal Communications Commission.
July box office edged to a new record for the month, $768.5 million, bettering the former high set in 1994 by 2%.
John Irving is witnessing a real version of his novel "Setting Free the Bears," about a guy who empties the zoo only to see hungry townsfolk eat the animals.
Muse Prods.' indie "I Woke Up Early the Day I Died" --- based on a long-lost script by the late cult filmmaker Ed Wood --- is set to begin principal photography today in Los Angeles.
Cruising at a dizzying altitude of $26.2 million, Sony's "Air Force One" in its second sortie simultaneously set a new August record and lifted the overall box office to a new August weekend high.