"Meet Joe Black" and "Babe: Pig in the City" will translate into a $65 million loss for Universal Studios' film division for the current quarter, U's parent Seagram Co. warned Wednesday, down from a…
National board members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have approved unanimously a collective bargaining agreement negotiated with TV networks and producers.
Nash Entertainment, whose reality specials "Breaking the Magician's Code" and "When Good Pets Go Bad" have scored solid ratings for Fox, said Wednesday it plans to branch out and develop five sitcoms…
Clayton “Peg Leg” Bates, a tap dancer who overcame losing a leg in a childhood accident and had a long career that included at least 22 performances on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” died in Greenville…
NBC's "3rd Rock From the Sun" is off to a slow start as a Tuesday regular, falling to its lowest firstrun rating ever and below any firstrun score ever registered in that 8-8:30 half-hour by slot…
Genre pic producer Bruce David Eisen has inked a production deal with Trimark Pictures.
Sony Corp. confirmed a new management structure Wednesday at its U.S. subsidiary, Sony Corp. of America, that elevated Howard Stringer to chairman of SCA and promised to improve coordination of SCA's…
"Meet Joe Black" may not have been the wisest choice to kick off the CineAsia movie convention in Hong Kong Tuesday, but -- more importantly -- attendees at the region's annual get-together of…
Columbia Pictures has paid low- to mid-six figures for Vanessa Grigoriadis' New York magazine article, "Welcome to the Dollhouse," which chronicles the lives and loves of a group of female…
British-based entertainment group Zone Vision is revving up to launch a pair of satellite channels in Eastern Europe.
Writer-director Terence Malick is bit choosy about who sees "The Thin Red Line,'' when they see it, and who doesn't see it.