In the great card game that is box office, Disney execs have long known that their 1999 holiday hand held at least one ace and one deuce.
By the time budding writer/director Amy Waddell was down to her martini shot one recent night after five frenzied days of filming, she and her crew had created 136 set-ups at four locations, rolled…
Twentieth TV's "Forgive or Forget" will be Love-less now that the show's host, Mother Love, is ankling the relationship strip, with Robin Givens set to fill the role of peacemaker.
KirchPayTV, the pay-TV subsid of German media giant Kirch Group, has secured a DM 3 billion ($1.56 billion) loan for the further expansion of its digital platform Premiere World.
Carrie-Anne Moss, who co-starred in the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow hit actioner "The Matrix," has signed with the William Morris Agency.
Hollywood will be making its case and taking its share of lumps during the new round of talks at the World Trade Organization meeting starting in Seattle today. Entertainment industry issues will be…
Media research firm Frank Magid Associates has tapped Rob Yarin, former exec producer of CNBC's "Hardball With Chris Matthews," as senior consultant.
Fragile Films, producer of "Spiceworld" and "An Ideal Husband," has been selected as the preferred bidder for London's historic Ealing Studios.
Unwilling to pay $10 million to purchase Web site barrydiller.com, Barry Diller and his USA Networks has instead asked for more than $10 million for privacy and trademark violations against three…
An NC-17 rated episode of "The Simpsons" sounds ridiculous, but may get the greenlight on the 'Net -- thanks to Film Roman's Saturday launch of online animated network Level13.net.
Morgan Creek Prods. said it has agreed to use DX Systems' film, video and television copyright-management software, a move that could sweeten DX's offerings, once it pairs up with a rights tracking…