After nearly a year of negotiations, Beacon Pictures has optioned the rights to Brit mystery doyenne P.D. James' sci-fi novel "The Children of Men" for a mid-six-figure price, the company confirmed…
May's domestic box office weighed in with a hefty $502.2 million, but it wasn't quite enough to topple the 1996 record of $517 million.
David Asman will leave his post as editorial features editor of the Wall Street Journal to take a job as an on-air host for cable's Fox News Channel beginning June 25.
Wharf Cable, the territory's lone cable operator, moved a step closer to profitability this week with the introduction of paid advertisements on eight of its 15 basic channels, as the government…
Emma-Kate Croghan, the Aussie filmmaker whose debut feature "Love and Other Catastrophes" garnered critical acclaim at the major film fests last year, is set to helm an adaptation of Phillip K…
Universal's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" will not end up on pay TV, at least not for the next dozen years.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. has named Michael Corrigan the studio's chief financial officer.
MTV plans to roll out its offbeat new talk/variety strip "Oddville, MTV" on June 16, running the show weeknights at 11 p.m. thereafter and repeating each episode the following evening at 7 p.m.
Fine Line's "Love! Valour! Compassion!" captured the top spot on the exclusives roster for the third consecutive week.
Former ICM agent Michael Goldman has been hired to head a new management division for Tollin/Robbins Prods., the company that is the partnership of Michael Tollin and Brian Robbins. The company…
Utah Jazz basketballer Karl Malone's clunker misses of two key free throws in the final minutes of the NBA Championships on Sunday provided an interesting segue for "Dateline NBC" and a fascinating…