Miramax Films has acquired the North American rights from Intermedia Films to its forthcoming series of pics based on the works of William Shakespeare.
Antoinette Zel is replacing Enrique Perez as G.M. of MTV Latin America as the latter segues to U.S. radio network Radio Unica.
Actor and producer Gabriel Byrne has renewed the first-look film deal for his Plurabelle Films outfit with Phoenix Pictures.
Fredro Starr ("Ride," "Sunset Park") has joined Forest Whitaker, Usher, Vanessa L. Williams and Rosaria Dawson in "Light It Up" for Fox 2000 and Edmonds Entertainment.
Garry Shandling got a big laugh Sunday night at the Museum of Television & Radio gala honoring Jerry Seinfeld and David E. Kelley when he advised the duo "to keep this in perspective: You're…
Have the broadcast networks gone to the dogs? Now that the "Yo Quiero Taco Bell" commercials featuring a talking Chihuahua have caught on, Fox Broadcasting Co. is interested in developing a talking…
Showbiz stocks were hit again Monday by a selloff that sent the broader stock market on a roller coaster ride, falling sharply before recovering late in the day.
Lincoln-Mercury's first-ever movie marketing partnership -- with "The Rugrats Movie" -- has begun with television commercials for the new Mercury Villager minivan.
Real people, real irreconcilable differences: Fox's Twentieth TV is looking to revive the TV chestnut "Divorce Court" as a syndie strip next year.
Simon Shore's gay coming-of-age comedy "Get Real" was quite a smash at Dinard's ninth Festival of British Cinema.