Bankrupt theater concern Livent Inc.'s cash position improved in February, according to a financial statement filed with the Bankruptcy Court on Wednesday, as its net cash outflow dropped to $811,111…
Financially troubled Japanese movie major Shochiku said Wednesday that it would disband its foreign movie distribution subsidiary Shochiku Fuji at the end of August.
The number of Oscar night parties has easily doubled since '97: Unlike last year with "Titanic," more films are legitimate contenders, leading to more hopeful studios; businesses have seen the…
Jessika Borsiczky, a former Gotham-based exec for HBO NYC Prods., has moved west and joined Disney-based Paul Schiff Prods. as a VP of production.
ABC's "Sports Night" and the WB's "Felicity" have been picked up for next season, meaning that all three of the series created by Imagine Television this season have been renewed.
Multifaceted entertainment company Nelvana reported Tuesday a record increase of 75% in net earnings for the year, as well as a fourth-quarter jump of 34%.
Robyn Astaire, widow of dance great Fred Astaire, appeared before the California Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to advocate passage of a bill that would make it easier for heirs to stop…
Moving forward with the fifth in the series, Universal has inked a deal with "Child's Play" creator Don Mancini to write and direct the next installment of the profitable horror franchise…
Planet Hollywood has announced five appointments in its public relations division. Patty Caruso will helm the new group, overseeing all media efforts and promotions on national and corporate levels…
In the first of several big changes at the production company, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment senior VP Michael Rosenfeld is leaving next month to rejoin CAA, the agency his father helped create.
In line with expectations, U.K. cabler Telewest Communications has posted pre-tax losses of £313.6 million ($508 million) for the year ended Dec. 31, up from losses of $502 million in 1997 but…