Is Kirk Kerkorian getting out -- or getting in deeper? It's hard to tell, given the news Monday that his Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is considering a bid for Polygram Filmed Entertainment, a move that would…
Venezuela's Cisneros Group will not, it seems, operate two broadcasters in Chile after all.
The opening salvos have been launched in the campaign for next month's board elections of the Writers Guild of America West, with former guild president Brad Radnitz bearing the brunt of the initial…
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MSNBC is jumping into the town hall business in a big way -- greenlighting a weekly series of primetime public forums to discuss major issues facing the nation in the wake of the ongoing White House…
The "My Best Friend's Wedding" team of director P.J. Hogan, producer Jerry Zucker and star Rupert Everett are stepping up to the altar once again, and this time they've found "Unconditional Love."
Susan Akens has been tapped senior VP, business affairs, for the international television division of the Paramount TV Group.
The Internet is mesmerizing North America with a total of 79 million people now logging on to the Internet, 36% more than the 58 million who were Internet users in September 1997.
Fox's pivotal Sunday lineup has received a key boost with the promising premiere of ''That '70s Show,'' the first debuting series ever to improve on its adults 18-49 lead-in from a firstrun ''The…
The rapidly changing Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., which has only had five quarters of results since its founding, reported improved results Monday from a year ago.
Laura Linney, fresh from starring opposite Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show" and on Broadway opposite Jane Alexander in "Honour," will shift gears with the telepic "Love Letters" under Stanley Donen in…
Accepting the inevitable, Lions Gate Films has taken a knife to "American Psycho" and slashed it back to a modest indie production while bringing back original director Mary Harron.