Producer Francine LeFrak is in negotiations with Bob DeBrino's Canterbury Films to produce a network telefilm based on the life of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Sylvia Plath.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge could rule today on ABC's request for a temporary restraining order against NABET that would prevent members of the locked-out union from interfering with news…
United Artists Theater Circuit's net loss ballooned to $25.6 million in the September quarter, from $2.7 million a year earlier, as onetime charges on closure of older theaters and other businesses…
Science, funk and long titles led the 1998 Ovation Awards, as Theatre LA handed out its fifth annual kudos Monday night at the Shubert Theater.
For diehard “Star Wars” fans, a full-priced movie ticket is a small price to pay for an early glimpse at the upcoming prequel — even if it’s only two minutes and 10 seconds long. After word got out…
Stephen Chao, who signed on as president of production for USA Network seven months ago, has given the go-ahead to his first primetime series, a tongue-in-cheek action series called "GvsE."
CBS Broadcast Intl. has named Stephanie Pacheco managing director of international sales, Latin America and the Caribbean. Previously, Pacheco was director, international sales, with the company. She…
The Roundabout Theater Co. is homeless no more. At least, for now. A deal is expected to be announced as early as this week that will replace the Roundabout's Off B'way Laura Pels Theater with…
CBS has picked up nine additional episodes of its Monday Ted Danson sitcom "Becker," while ABC has slotted the Drew Carey-hosted reality series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" for the Wednesday 9:30 p.m…
Chris Pula, who was terminated abruptly last year as marketing topper for Warner Bros., is officially ensconced at the Mouse House.