Gemstar Intl. Group has officially rejected the $2.8 billion buyout offer from rival TV program guide developer United Video Satellite Group, which is controlled by cable giant Tele-Communications…
Oscar-nominated screenwriter Paul Attanasio and producer Katie Jacobs have inked a two-year, first-look deal for their Heel & Toe Films to develop and produce features for Paramount Pictures.
ABC Entertainment has named Quinn Taylor VP of movies for television. He reports to Susan Lyne, executive VP, movies and miniseries, ABC Entertainment.
Artisan Entertainment, whose release "Pi" made a strong exclusive debut over the weekend, has acquired domestic rights to NYU film school alum Bennett Miller's documentary "The Cruise."
In an effort to strengthen its sales effectiveness, NBC restructured its sales division and created a sales development and marketing department, said Neil Braun, president, NBC Television Network.
Actor Ron Livingston joins William Hurt, Nigel Hawthorne, Miranda Richardson and Irene Jacob in "The Big Brass Ring," a film based on a script originally written by Orson Welles.
Millennium Partners and Loews Cineplex Entertainment, which collaborated on Gotham's high-grossing Lincoln Square multiplex, are hoping to repeat their success with a new $63 million entertainment…
Walt Disney Studios will create an umbrella entity for all its production labels called Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group with David Vogel in charge as prexy, the studio announced Thursday.
The former director of the Mexican Film Institute (Imcine) is expected to be named shortly to the top spot at Televisa's film arm Televicine.
Two Gotham entertainment law boutiques have merged to form Epstein, Levinsohn, Bodine, Hurwitz & Weinstein LLP.
Christopher Pawlak has been elevated to veepee of creative advertising at 20th Century Fox. It's his third promotion since joining Fox in 1990.