The United Artists Theatre Group saw its net loss double to $30.9 million in the second quarter, despite operating improvements and a capital restructuring.
Hamdon Entertainment has signed a three-year exclusive international distribution deal with the Larry Thompson Organization, a TV movie, feature production and personal management company.
For comic Caroline Rhea ("Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"), it's hip to be square -- a "Hollywood Square," that is.
E! Entertainment Television is looking to set up a British version of America's E! Entertainment cable channel, most likely in a joint venture with satcaster BSkyB.
Orson Bean and Mary Kay Place have joined the cast of Gramercy Pictures' "Being John Malkovich."
Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst Inc. has announced the closing of its Latin America Fund, a $1.2 billion kitty for media investments in the region.
Academy Award nominee Lena Olin has joined the cast of Universal's upcoming "Mystery Men." The actress joins William Macy, Geoffrey Rush, Hank Azaria and Janeane Garofalo in the Kinka Usher pic.
Paramount will kick off its slate of DVD releases with 10 pics pulled from its library, led by the Oct. 6 bow of its star franchise "Star Trek: First Contact."
Major Japanese network Fuji TV plans to broadcast Italy's Serie A Soccer League this fall in order to cash in on the aftereffects of World Cup fever.
The battle between New Line Cinema and director Tony Kaye over the pic "American History X" escalated Monday as New Line pulled the film from its competition spot in Toronto.