Gene Fowler, Jr., an Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning editor and director, perhaps best remembered for helming the 1957 cult classic "I Was a Teenage Werewolf," died May 11 of natural causes at his…
Paramount's three-month-old specialized division has made a splashy entry into feature co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment's Demi Moore-starrer "Passion of Mind."
"Good Will Hunting" stars and Oscar-winning scribes Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have signed a multiyear, first-look agreement to develop and produce projects for Miramax Films.
Telecom Italia's multimedia unit Stream has signed a pact with U.S. group OpenTV for the digital software the Italian company will use for its new set top boxes.
Philip Barry, Jr., a well-known stage, film and television producer, died May 16 of cancer at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He was 74.
Seagram unveiled its $10.6 billion cash-and-stock acquisition of music giant Polygram from Philips Electronics Thursday, converting the company from a predominantly beverage business into a primarily…
Faced with mounting criticism, "The Jerry Springer Show" has decided to abandon plans to air a show focused on bestiality titled "I Married a Horse!"
Pay-TV operator Australis Media lost its two-year fight for survival Wednesday night when the company's liquidators were unable to sell its assets and it ceased broadcasting.
Fans of the rock parody "This is Spinal Tap" will want to turn the volume up to 11 when DreamWorks' live action/animation hybrid "Small Soldiers" marches into theaters on July 10.
Wall Street sources indicated Thursday that Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst has won the auction for Pulitzer Publishing Co.'s television properties and plans to fold the nine network-affiliated stations…