Though the pic's production start has moved from September to October, in an optimistic move, 20th Century Fox has pushed up the release date of its superhero actioner "X-Men" from a holiday 2000…
A highly unusual contract provision has helped clear the way for Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss, the "A" & "M" in A&M Records, to file a $200 million breach of contract lawsuit against Seagram and its…
Michael Stotts has been appointed managing director of the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, N.J.
Cable networks continue to harvest a crop of dollars from Madison Avenue, collecting a record $4 billion in advertising revenue for the first six months of 1999, a gain of 29% over the same period a…
Harbert to fly to Peacock NEW YORK — Former ABC Entertainment chairman Ted Harbert is in serious talks with NBC about a role at the likely-to-be expanded NBC Studios. Buzz around Burbank is that…
Heavy spending for the launch of BSkyB digital TV in Great Britain tipped News Corp. into the red for the June quarter despite glowing numbers at its film and TV group, Fox Entertainment, the company…
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has pledged $520,000 in film production grants to the Tisch School of the Arts' Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at NYU.
CBS programming exec Laurie Zaks has been upped to veepee of current programs for the Eye web.
Julio Iglesias Jr. will make his concert debut Aug. 26 at Studio 54 in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. His solo performance celebrates the U.S. launch of his first album, "Under My Eyes."
Open City, the independent shingle behind Tony Bui's Sundance winner "Three Seasons," has inked Israeli director Avi Nesher to write and direct "The Secret," a period film set during the Holocaust.
Playwrights Horizons has gotten eclectic with its casting for the world premiere of the musical play "James Joyce's The Dead."
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