Terry Wood has been named veepee of programming for Paramount Domestic TV.
As the debate heats up over a proposed merger between the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, a group of members from both unions plans a forum on the…
Gulping down an estimated $25.2 million in its second outing, Buena Vista's "The Waterboy" once again floated to the top of a highly competitive box office field. Down just 33% from its…
For the cost of what James Cameron likely spent on "Titanic's" rowboats, Unified Film Organization has quietly built a resume of theatrical-quality, CGI-filled adventure films that would make any…
The board of Italian pubcaster RAI has reduced the budget and activities of RAI Intl., the network's unit that operates all over the world (including the U.S.) and which claims 6 million subscribers.
Alien abductions, morphing mutants, hideous monsters, government conspiracy and more -- agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully have dealt with them all. Now comes their biggest challenge yet, as cast and…
These days, the key to quality L.A. theater has less to do with what played where vis-a-vis New York than with the growing number of noncommercial theaters here that are abandoning their 99-seat…
Gunner Camera & Lighting reached an agreement last week to purchase Hollywood-based Birns & Sawyer, a privately owned equipment rental and sales facility.
Thanks to "Mulan," Walt Disney Studios on Friday dominated the Intl. Animated Film Society's 26th annual Annie Awards, carrying home 10 nods out of 30 film and television categories.
ABC has reversed its decision to pick up additional episodes of the Witt-Thomas-Harris sitcom "The Secret Lives of Men."
Back in the 1910s, popular actors earned a few thousand dollars per week, and distributing these earnings was fairly simple by today's standards. In the modern movie business, where stars rack up…
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