Time Warner won another skirmish in its legal war with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Friday, as a federal judge threw out News Corp.'s charge of fraud.
With ABC nailing down its schedule, industry eyes are starting to turn to Fox and UPN, which can still make last minute changes to their lineups before upfront presentations on Tuesday.
Rob Morrow and Lance Henriksen have been cast in the leads of the TNT original telepic "The Day Lincoln Was Shot," skedded to lense over the summer and premiere in 1998 on the Turner cablenet.
With MGM acquiring Metromedia's production and distribution assets, the futures of Motion Picture Corp. of America founders Brad Krevoy and Steve Stabler are uncertain.
Paramount Pictures has picked up domestic and most international rights to "The Education of Little Tree" from producer Jake Eberts.
"I don't want to sell things," Robin Williams told a packed press conference Thursday at the Majestic Hotel. The actor was confirming that he'd rejected an offer to do McDonald's commercials, but…
Two months after he was shown the door at Los Angeles magazine, Michael Caruso has found a new home as editor-in-chief of Details magazine.
Britain's new terrestrial, Channel 5, plans to counter a writ issued by Columbia Pictures to stop C5 from broadcasting the studio's films on satellite with a writ of its own next week.
French pay television Canal Plus has filed suit in the French courts against Arnon Milchan's Swiss-based holding company Monarchy Enterprises.
Indie writer-helmer Michael Hacker has closed two deals for feature projects at Cannes. Hacker made his directorial debut with "The Destiny of Marty Fine," which won the second jury prize at the 1996…
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