Solomon TV script ‘Unbelievable’ Columbia TriStar TV has paid “Men in Black” screenwriter Ed Solomon a pricey $250,000-$350,000 to pen a new TV comedy script set up at Fox. Solomon’s over-the-top…
While the Force will surely be with "Star Wars" this year, the $20.3 billion question is how bright a light its long-awaited prequel will shine over the torpid toy business?
With paychecks now coming from the solvent Pace Theatricals rather than the insolvent Livent, Frank Galati has signed on for "Ragtime," redux.
While "Shakespeare in Love" staged a smashing overseas preem in the U.K. and "Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar" broke opening day records in France, UIP/DreamWorks' "Prince of Egypt" joined the century…
Leading pay-per-view distributor Viewer's Choice has hired Mindy Herman as its president and CEO.
Jorja Fox, who plays intern Maggie Doyle on "ER," has been cast as the lead in UPN's new family drama from Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson.
The complete list of nominees for the 71st edition of the Academy Awards will be posted on Daily Variety's Web site, variety.com, just minutes after the noms are announced Tuesday.
Sherman Oaks-based Arete Image Software -- the company that developed the digital water software used in "Titanic" -- has partnered with Munich's SZM Studios, the production arm of German conglom…
In what's being touted as the first branded Internet TV program, "Levi.com Semester Online," a weekly series in the voyeuristic style of MTV's "The Real World," was scheduled to premiere this past…
Frank Military, writer of the Showtime TV movie "Blind Faith," will receive the Paul Selvin award from the Writers Guild of America West at its Feb. 20 kudofest.
"Saving Private Ryan" and "From the Earth to the Moon" are among the pics nominated for the Cinema Audio Society Awards for outstanding achievement in soundmixing for movies and television.