Citing financial-market volatility, Hearst-Argyle Television and Pulitzer Publishing Co. amended their previously announced merger agreement Monday, nailing down a fixed number of Hearst-Argyle…
Film and TV production in Ontario contributed a record $C743.2 million ($486.1 million) to the provincial economy in 1998, according to data collected by the Ontario Film Development Corp.
Only partly relieving the tedium of a generally mundane month at cinemas overseas, "Rush Hour" had a smash debut Down Under last weekend, while "Meet Joe Black" clicked in Germany (but was less…
If advertisers preferred the New York Jets or the high-flying Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XXXIII, they're not telling Fox, which has only two of 58 in-game ad slots left to sell on the Jan. 31…
"Dark City" director Alex Proyas and his producing partner, Andrew Mason, have signed their Sydney-based Mystery Clock Cinema to a two-year, first-look deal at New Line Cinema.
Carsey-Werner International is continuing its expansion abroad with the opening of an office in Singapore.
Ruminations on war and the media led the field of nominees in the 11th annual Chicago Film Critics Awards.
Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE), the biggest promoter of live events in Latin America, has formed a 50/50 joint venture with the venture capital arm of Grupo Financiero Inbursa…
MONTE CARLO The 39th annual Monte Carlo Television Festival (Feb. 21-24) will fete German TV vet Helmut Thoma with an honorary Golden Nymph, essentially a personality of the year award. Thoma, who…
Coming off glowing reviews for his role in Bill Condon's "Gods and Monsters," Brendan Fraser is close to a deal to star in the supernatural adventure "Monkey Bone," for Fox Animation Studios.