L.A.-based TV producer-distribber Team Entertainment has inked a deal with "Top Gun" writing duo Jim Cash and Jack Epps for an undercover action series called "The Force."
In the first national run for a South Korean movie in Japan, the spy thriller "Swiri" has topped the box office charts for its first two weeks in release -- going up against the likes of Hollywood…
The California Court of Appeal has reinstated a $4.3 million jury verdict against Connie Stevens, stemming from a lawsuit brought by her former manager, Norman Styne.
George Jackson, a pioneer in the youth-oriented urban film and the contemporary pop and R&B music industry, died Thursday in New York after suffering a stroke. He was 42.
NBC is pulling the critically praised dramedy "Freaks & Geeks" from its lineup for the remainder of February sweeps, while ABC may be ready to launch a new drama opposite NBC's "ER."
Seagram posted healthy quarterly numbers Thursday even as CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. was clearly peeved at the barrage of rumors in recent weeks that the company or its Universal Studios division is up…
The Greek Ministry of Culture is increasing its subsidy for local movies this year by 75%.
ASCAP announced 1999 revenues of $560 million, up 10% from the previous year and a record high for any perf rights org.
Just weeks after Billy Bob Thornton shipped out, Lasse Hallstrom is close to a deal that will again place him at the helm of Columbia's "The Shipping News."
Le Studio Canal Plus has ventured into digital animation with a deal to finance "Axis," a $23 million film from Gallic videogame company Chaman Prods.
Lawyers will square off in a hearing Feb. 28 in the civil action brought by Chris-Craft's BHC Communications against the merger of Viacom and CBS.