Elmer Bernstein will score the Barry Sonnenfeld Warner Bros. film "Wild Wild West," marking the 205th film score for the Oscar and Emmy winner.
Writers, actors, musicians and graphic artists are home free -- at least in Los Angeles. Bowing to pressure from the entertainment community, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Wednesday…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. "is considering" possible mergers with other companies, MGM said in an SEC filing late Wednesday, as part of its "goal of becoming an integrated global entertainment company."
Universal Pictures has tapped Kesa L. Tsuda as director of human resources, responsible for assisting in the development of the human resources department.
ABC Entertainment is expected within the next few days to announce a slew of executive changes in the comedy department, including the promotion of Carolyn Ginsburg Carlson to senior vice president…
Paxson Communications has signed with Hachette Prods. for daily half-hour "Woman's Day," led by veteran TV personality Phyllis George.
Who says write men can't jump? In potentially the highest-paying scripter deal ever, Brandon Camp and Mike Thompson, two writers who've yet to have a screenplay produced, have restructured their…
UPN flagship WWOR will shift programming gears in latenight next month, trading gab in favor of guffaws for the first time in five years.
The Village Center Westwood, the entertainment and retail complex spearheaded by developer Ira Smedra, suffered a severe setback in Sacramento this week when a bill favorable to it died in the state…
Satellite television audiences in India soon will be able to watch the highest-grossing film of all time, "Titanic" by the first quarter of 1999. Other U.S. hits like "Anastasia" are also in the…