Sony Pictures Entertainment, staging a remarkable comeback with with pics including "Men in Black" and "My Best Friend's Wedding," has set a global box office record with $2.34 billion in receipts…
In 1997, New Line Cinema began to see the light after a difficult '96. No blockbusters blossomed. But even while seeking to spin off from new parent Time Warner, New Line shook off its blues and…
It's not that they like Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussein. In fact, most of them probably don't. But Arab showbiz personalities are demonstrating their support for the Iraqi people who are widely seen…
Polygram Films has won the rights to distribute Lakeshore Entertainment's thriller "Arlington Road," starring Jeff Bridges, Tim Robbins and Joan Cusack, which begins shooting this month.
Veteran TV scriptwriters like Susan Silver of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and Lee Kalcheim of "The Odd Couple" and "All in the Family" will offer tips on writing sitcom scripts at a Jan. 14 seminar…
"The World," the 2 year old daily radio newscast co produced by WGBH, the BBC World Service and Public Radio Intl., will consolidate its offices in Boston this March.
Peter Bart, vice president and editor-in-chief of Variety and Daily Variety, will give the keynote address Jan. 31 at the 22nd annual UCLA Entertainment Symposium.
Seventeen open seats on AFTRA's local board of directors have been filled for three-year terms following elections that were completed this week.
The Miami Film Festival will host the U.S. premieres of five films as its 15th edition rolls out between Jan. 30 and Feb. 8, kicking off with Bigas Luna's "The Chambermaid and the Titanic."
Three cable operators -- TeleCommunications Inc., Comcast Corp. and Cox Communications -- emerged big winners Thursday with multibillion-dollar profits from AT&T Corp.'s proposed $11.3 billion…
EchoStar surprised broadcasters Thursday with an announcement that it will offer "eligible" viewers in several large cities a programming tier that includes their major local affiliates, despite…