Attorneys for Warner Bros. and Francis Coppola have filed with the California Court of Appeals, setting the stage for the next phase of this high-profile case over the doomed "Pinocchio" project.
Capping off a charmed year for Italy's most popular comedian, Roberto Benigni's "Life Is Beautiful" has been chosen as the country's official submission in the foreign-language film category of the…
L.A.-based diskery Damian Music has teamed with Pepsi for the latter's first retail CD, "Pepsiworld -- The Album," a compendium of songs by such artists as the Backstreet Boys, Coolio and Salt 'n'…
Paul Freundlich, a veteran public relations and marketing consultant, has been promoted to exec VP of entertainment at Rogers & Cowan.
Languishing in development hell, Nederlander Prods.' new tuner, "Easter Parade," seems even less likely to bow on schedule -- or at all -- now that lead hoofer Tommy Tune has inked to replace David…
Taking some of the gloss off an otherwise luminous fall frame overseas, "The Truman Show" failed to galvanize Spain last week, "Halloween H20" wasn't too scary in Germany or Australia, and big-budget…
Fox and LucasFilm were taking no chances with last week's print run for the "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" one-sheet.
With a record 8.5 million copies of "Garth Brooks: Double Live" shipped, the country giant is making sure his fans don't get caught short this time around.
Closing the door on a 30-year run in the agency business, Creative Artists Agency music division chief Tom Ross ankled his post Friday. Ross' second-in-command, Rob Light, is expected to succeed him.
The last screenplay by the late film Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa, the story of a masterless samurai and his ailing wife, will be made into a movie, officials at Kurosawa's studio said…
While location shooting has fallen sharply in Los Angeles this fall, Gotham's booming film and TV production business shows no signs of slowing down.