Arnold Entertainment's David and Dannel Arnold have acquired "Smile Now, Cry Later," on which they will collaborate with Los Angeles Police Officer Chris Dunn.
Kinowelt Media more than doubled its market share among German film distributors to 12.2% during the past year.
BBC Worldwide, the pubcaster's commercial division, has revealed plans to invest $67 million in feature films over the next five years.
Fee fie fo fum: CBS, home of network television's most dominant movie franchise for the past two years, is looking to a lavish new version of "Jack and the Beanstalk" to help it remain No. 1.
Dolby Laboratories said record-setting sales in 1999, fueled by $12 million for its Digital Surround EX adapter, helped strengthen its position as the leading sound system provider for exhibitors.
Columbia TriStar Television has tapped former Peacock publicity manager Jennifer Schmitz as manager of media relations and promotions for the studio.
The Turner Entertainment Group has promoted VP of program planning and acquisitions Ken Schwab to senior VP.
Fox's "Fight Club," on the ropes after Sunday's B.O. estimates, managed a final-round TKO based on Monday's official figures. Originally ranked No. 3, pic climbed to the top spot with an $11 million…
For the first time in South Africa, a feature film is being made with a shortfall guarantee in place.
Trace Harris has been promoted to senior VP of strategic development at Universal Television & Networks Group and will develop television strategy across production, sales and networks.
A slew of U.S. blockbusters delivered a busy international frame boasting record bows and impressive holdovers from the likes of "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace," "Runaway Bride," "The…