Rumors to the contrary notwithstanding, the biggest foreign investor in DreamWorks is committed to remaining a partner in the studio, a DreamWorks executive said Thursday.
German media giant Bertelsmann announced on Thursday that its sales reached 11.7 billion marks ($6.5 billion) in the second half of 1997, an increase of 2.3% over the same period of the previous year.
Writer/helmer Julie Davis will follow her Sundance hit "I Love You, Don't Touch Me!" with the black comedy "Oral Agreement" for Dream Entertainment.
The vicious "Very Bad Things" is about as far apart from the cute "Three Men and a Baby" as you can get.
Lucasfilm Ltd. defended its just-announced agreement with the Lego Group for the marketing of "Star Wars" toys, claiming other "exclusive" licensees have known all along that the $900 million-a-year…
Apostle, the Gotham-based production company run by Denis Leary and partner Jim Serpico, has signed a two-year, first-look feature film and television deal with DreamWorks.
For news directors at Los Angeles' major TV stations, it seemed like an almost routine event, a freeway police pursuit that begged for live helicopter coverage.
EMI Group confirmed Thursday it had been approached about a possible takeover offer, believed to have come from Universal Studios' parent Seagram Co., although the music giant would not confirm the…
A nasty tenant-landlord dispute between New York TV studio operator MTI/The Image Group and real estate empire Vornado could disrupt the production of Studio USA's "The Maury Povich Show" and "The…
Sony Music Entertainment has upped Thomas D. Mottola to CEO, a promotion that recognizes Mottola's successful efforts to elevate Sony from the middle of the pack, with single-digit market shares, to…