Mary Parent, the New Line Cinema VP who oversaw the dramatic actioner hit "Set It Off," is expected to move to Universal Pictures as a senior VP of production, sources said Thursday.
Universal TV has inked a deal with Grammy Award-winning gospel/hip-hop musician Kirk Franklin to develop a TV sitcom produced by Ralph Farquhar.
France's giant pay TV operator Canal Plus Thursday reported provisional consolidated revenue of 6.264 billion French francs ($1.01 billion) for the first six months of 1997, a gain of 15.2% from the…
Dabney Coleman has joined the cast of Bigel/Mailer's "Casanova Falling," which wraps shooting in New York next week.
In the latest merger among ad-agency giants, True North Communications capped a long-awaited deal to buy Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt for $440 million in stock.
"Men in Black" traveled past $200 million domestically on Thursday and continued to close the gap with "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" as the top grosser of 1997.
Marking the feature-animation bow for Italy's leading film producer the Cecchi Gori Group, production is under way on director Enzo d'Alo's "The Story of a Seagull and the Cat That Taught Her to Fly."
Digital Domain it has reduced its 300-member work force by 10% in the wake of wrapping visual effects for James Cameron's "Titanic."
A&E and History Channel, which together will spin off about $400 million in revenues for 1997, have rewarded two of their top executives with promotions: Brooke Bailey Johnson and Dan Davids, upped…
NBC and Warner Bros. TV have struck an agreement to renew the web's Thursday night sitcom "Friends" through the 1999-2000 season, the network confirmed Thursday.
If you're among the millions of TV viewers who smiled the first time you saw computer-animated polar bears sipping Coca-Cola, then you've noticed the work of director Henry Anderson.