Veteran Columbia Pictures executive Teddy Zee is ankling his executive veepee/production post Dec. 1 to take over the No. 2 slot at 20th Century Fox-based indieprod shingle Davis Entertainment, it…
Alfred Hitchcock once again thrilled an audience Wednesday as the U.S. Postal Service unveiled the shockmaster's visage on the latest addition to its Legends of Hollywood stamp series.
Matt Dillon, already paired offscreen with Cameron Diaz, will now team with her onscreen. He'll star alongside Diaz and Ben Stiller in "Something About Mary," the next comedy to be directed by Peter…
The New Media Council, established last June to serve as a "think tank" and information exchange forum for those engaged in the creation, production and distribution of new media content and…
CBS has teamed with former studio topper Alan Hirschfield's Data Broadcasting Co. to relaunch Internet financial news site CBS MarketWatch.
Actors Gregory Sporleder and Lynn Red Williams have signed on to star in "Hulk," Universal's bigscreen adaptation of the Marvel comic book series.
Sony Pictures Entertainment's record-breaking summer B.O. action translated into a 145% jump in operating income, to $270.9 million, for Sony Corp.'s entertainment group in the September quarter…
Paramount’s “Entertainment Tonight” and News Corp.’s TV Guide have joined forces to ferret out “the 20 sexiest stars on TV.” The list of comely thesps will be revealed Nov. 13-14 on “ET” and featured…
Joshua Brand, co-creator of "Northern Exposure" and "I'll Fly Away," has inked a development deal with Brillstein-Grey and is creating a one-hour drama for ABC that may star actress Dana Delany.
Czech-Slovak entertainment company Bonton has decided to postpone indefinitely its entry into stock markets in London and Prague.
The UCLA Film and Television Archive kicks off a retrospective of director Jack Arnold on Saturday with one of his most enduring movies, "The Creature From the Black Lagoon."