The latest shot in the legal battle between the Recording Industry Assn. of America (RIAA) and online promoter and distributor of recorded music MP3.com came when the latter filed a suit charging the…
EUROPE Germany and Spain will sign a new co-production accord today aimed at making it easier for films co-financed by producers from both countries to qualify for German and Spanish state subsidies…
Linda Blair's head will be spinning again as Warner Bros. re-releases "The Exorcist" with 11 minutes of additional footage that was cut from the original 1973 release.
A House staffer who helped draft controversial legislation -- which artists' reps claim benefit the record industry at the expense of musicians -- has signed on to be the top lobbyist for the…
Cinema and property giant Force Corp. is poised to merge with leading local ISP Ihug in a deal which values the Internet service provider at more than $60 million.
The Cordero Group, a full-service staffing company for the commercial production, post-production and television industries, has set up shop in Miami and Manhattan.
Actors Ed Harris and Amy Madigan have joined forces with Elton John's Rocket Pictures to develop a movie based on A.L. Kennedy's Scottish novel "So I Am Glad."
NBC portal Snap.com has expanded its online content offerings, inking a syndication deal with Netcaster WireBreak.com.
@Fun, the joint venture between Endemol Entertainment and SBS Broadcasting, a Dutch subsid of the pan-Euro channel launcher SBS, have inked a broad-ranging deal with Internet company Planet Media…
The Brad Harrison spec script "American Loser" has proven itself anything but, selling in a heartbeat to Sony-based James L. Brooks' Gracie Films.
Filmed entertainment may look as grand on the screen as Jodie Foster and the King of Siam, but on the ledger, it was a bit less shimmery, biting into News Corp.'s earnings as the giant conglom saw…