Annabeth Gish and Roma Maffia are in talks to join Tommy Lee Jones and Ashley Judd in Paramount's "Double Jeopardy."
Dutch production company Endemol Entertainment has taken a 50% stake in Broadcast Communications, the London-based production arm of the U.K.'s Guardian Media Group.
Gary Busey, Miranda Richardson and Ice T are starring in the kidpic "Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang," which started shooting in Toronto earlier this month.
Leading media holding company Media-Most has unveiled ambitious exhibition and production plans for the region, including construction of a film studio on the edge of the Russian capital.
Since signing off the air with her namesake TV sitcom this year, Ellen DeGeneres has been advancing her career on the bigscreen.
Samuel L. Jackson, Bob Newhart, and Patsy Cline are among those who will be honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1999.
The Ides of June brought chaos to Broadway. The week ended down $938,054 from the previous, taking in $12,379,682. Of the 29 shows still open, all but 11 experienced drops.
Radio broadcaster Chancellor Media Corp. announced plans to enter the lucrative and consolidating outdoor advertising business Monday with an agreement to buy Martin Media LP for $610 million in cash.
"NewsRadio" is poised to take the "Designing Women" route to its syndication afterlife this fall.
Random House and the Sierra Club have inked a deal to become co-publishers of Sierra Club Books, building upon a distribution arrangement that the two companies have had since 1982.