Jane Seymour has signed on to star in a "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" telepic that CBS plans to have on the air in time for May sweeps.
Just a few days after its publishing sale, October Films has optioned first-time novelist Howard Roughan's untitled, partial manuscript for Michael Douglas' Furthur Films.
The British government has extended its existing tax break for film production by another two years to 2002.
Call it the "taking it to the limit" tour. The Eagles have agreed to usher in the New Year at the Staples Center, with the top ticket price expected to hit $1,500.
"L.A. Confidential" director and co-screenwriter Curtis Hanson has been appointed the first chairman of UCLA's Film and Television Archive.
Continuing its aggressive foray into the teen market, Universal Pictures has taken domestic rights to the $15 million fraternity thriller "The Skulls."
Mexican helmer Arturo Ripstein's "No One Writes to the Colonel" has been tapped as an official selection at Cannes.
As part of its commitment to televising world premiere movies, Sundance Channel has acquired the cable rights to William Roth's "Floating" and Bruce Sweeney's "Dirty."
With the second trailer to "Star Wars: Episode One -- The Phantom Menace" out in theaters, overzealous fans are once again going trailer happy and are even willing to cross legal lines to cash in on…
Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of "Armageddon" and "The Rock," is developing an ABC medical mystery thriller with author Robin Cook and a four-hour Western miniseries at NBC.