Warner Bros. TV is launching a nationwide search to find the star of a remake of "Wonder Woman," which the studio is developing for NBC for 1998.
Teen thesps Nick Stahl and Katie Holmes have been cast in starring roles in MGM's thriller "Disturbing Behavior," slated to go into production in January.
Annabeth Gish has joined the cast of Beyond Films' punk rock feature, "S.L.C. Punk!"
Despite the assertion Wednesday by Tele-Communications Inc. prexy Leo Hindery that "the sun has set" on the direct broadcast satellite industry, a couple of satcast industry infiltrators at the…
Fox Broadcasting Co. in January is planning to relaunch the summer reality series "Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction" Fridays at 8 p.m. leading into "Millennium."
The Sundance Institute, now in its 17th year, has picked 12 projects to be included in its 1998 January Screenwriters Lab, part of a year-round series of programs offered by the Institute. The lab…
Jeff Berg, chairman and CEO of Intl. Creative Management, predicted that in five years delivery services won't be wrestling any more with bulky cans of film because the average movie theater will get…
John Malone, CEO of Tele-Communications Inc., the second-largest cable operator in the U.S., said he's looking for outside investors to come up with the billions of dollars it will cost to equip…
Gilbert Cates will produce the Academy Awards show for a record-tying eighth time, it was announced Thursday by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences.
Michael Douglas, who recently parted producing ways with Steve Reuther, has inked his own first-look, three-year production deal at Universal Pictures, the studio confirmed Thursday.
While it's not officially on the auction block, sources around Barrandov say the Czech film studio could be sold by the end of the year.