A much relieved James Cameron said Monday he was happy with the warm reception his megabudget movie "Titanic" got at its world premiere Saturday in Tokyo.
Just one hour after he was sworn in as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, William Kennard announced Monday that he will continue the Clinton administration's campaign to curb liquor…
TriStar Pictures has taken a swing at scribes Christopher Reed and Cynthia Carle's comic pitch "Hot" for low six figures against mid-six figures, the studio confirmed Monday.
Computer animation and visual effects production company Rhythm & Hues Studios --- best known for its Oscar-winning work providing the power of speech to animals in 1995's hit pig pic "Babe" --- has…
From a record high of 370 entries, 18 programs have been selected as finalists for the 1997 Intl. Emmy Awards. Of these, nine are from the U.K., three from France, two from Canada, and one each from…
Writer-director John Sayles and entertainment attorney John Sloss have ended their 11-year professional relationship.
Major Aussie producer-distrib Beyond has at last put an Oz program onto U.S. primetime network TV.
Phillip Noyce is attached to direct the high-tech geopolitical thriller "Blast Off" for Polygram/Interscope Films. It's the first project the director will develop under his two-year first-look deal…
Channel 4 is planning to set up its own stand-alone film company, bringing together its production, distribution and sales activities under a single corporate umbrella, according to sources.
The NABET strike that knocked out ABC's golf coverage on Saturday may leave the network on the hook for $3 million in ad revenues.