The Ides of March were little cause for concern for Broadway, with the news that last week's attendance was up a moderate 3%, to 236,564 admissions, from 226,857 the previous week. Gross receipts…
Walter N. Hiller, a prominent theatrical agent, died March 1 of cancer at UCLA Medical Center. He was 72.
Tom Cruise, John Travolta and other members of the $20 million club do not appear to be suffering, but actors in less exalted salary ranges may have a thing or two to complain about.
Representing another humiliating blow to RAI in a season of dismal ratings and top-level management upsets, the Italo pubcaster's bureaucratic holdups have prompted the departure of one of the most…
Since November, when the Dow Jones industrial average dropped a historic 554 points, CNBC's audience numbers have been on the rise, and now parent company NBC has big plans for its 9-year-old cabler…
Walt Disney Pictures has nabbed the pitches "Joe in Accounting" and "Band on the Run" from scripting team Andy Marx and Tony Peyser, sources said Monday.
Veteran character actor Philip Abbott, who played FBI assistant director Arthur Ward on the TV series "The FBI," died Feb. 23 in Los Angelesof cancer. He was 73.
When the ticket stubs were all counted, "Titanic" emerged as the top box office draw for a 13th weekend in a row, beating out MGM's rival Leonardo DiCaprio starrer "The Man in the Iron Mask" by about…
If it's mid-March, then it must be time for syndie specials tied to Monday's Oscarcast. Once again, Tribune Entertainment is offering its "Live From the Academy Awards" pre-kudocast spesh hosted by…
Richard E. Snyder's turnaround of Golden Books was supposed to have been as simple as "The Poky Little Puppy" or any other classic on the list of the dominant children's publisher. But as the former…
Canadian kids-TV specialist Cinar Films has pacted with Paris-based animation studio Alphanim to produce two animated series, "Believe It or Not!" and "Mona the Vampire."