Jeanne Tripplehorn will join U.K. thesps Iain Glen ("Silent Scream"), Ewen Bremner ("Trainspotting") and Kevin Whately ("The English Patient") in John Duigan's latest film, "Paranoia."
Just call them the O&Os: Nancy O'Dell has officially been crowned co-anchor of the syndie magazine strip "Access Hollywood" alongside Pat O'Brien.
In a move consistent with its recent shift in Web site strategy, Time Warner confirmed Monday it will fold its ambitious but money-losing Pathfinder site.
Polygram Filmed Entertainment is changing its name to Universal Pictures Intl., the latest step in integrating PFE into U's operations.
Comcast's best hope for beating AT&T's $62 billion bid for MediaOne, a fight that looks tougher to win every day, may lie in Washington, where reaction to the deal has been distinctly unenthusiastic.
The British government is setting up a task force to investigate ways to boost international sales of U.K. television programs.
Gary Oldman has been cast as Pontius Pilate in the upcoming CBS miniseries "Jesus."
The third annual City of Lights, City of Angels premieres tonight at the Directors Guild, with Bertrand Tavernier's "Ca Commence Aujourd'hui" ("It Starts Today"), a Berlin Festival selection.
South African pay television company Multichoice is closing one of its three broadcasting stations in Nigeria because of economic pressures brought about largely by piracy.
Katzenberg vs. Disney, the trial the pundits said would never happen, started Monday with opening statements from Jeffrey Katzenberg's attorney Bert Fields and Disney general counsel Louis Meisinger.
CME filed a claim Monday in Paris for $23 million plus damages against ousted Nova TV general manager Vladimir Zelezny. The claim covers the return of money paid to Zelezny for his shares (amounting…