A minority investment group has agreed to acquire 11 theaters in Chicago from Loews Cineplex Entertainment, sources said Tuesday, for a price believed to be less than $20 million.
Still basking in last weekend's Globe recognition, "Shakespeare in Love," and "Saving Private Ryan" are now among those up for the American Society of Cinematographers 13th annual outstanding…
The Netherlands' premier film event, the Rotterdam Intl. Film Festival, gets under way tonight in the Dutch seaport, with Indonesian director Garin Nugroho's drama about street kids, "Leaf on a…
NEW YORK -- Fox News Channel has signed a three-year deal with talkshow host and political commentator Rob Nelson, who will produce and host a new latenight talkshow for the cable news outlet.
SFX Entertainment has amended its merger agreement with the Marquee Group, the New York-based sports producer and promoter, to appease litigious shareholders.
Karen Hermelin, who signed on as second-in-command of Universal Pictures' marketing division last July, is stepping down because of an illness in her family.
The Golden Globes have sent NBC into orbit, rocketing the Peacock to first place in Jan. 18-24 primetime Nielsens with the net's highest weeklong rating and widest margin of victory in households…
FROM NATPECox Broadcasting exec VP Andy Fisher says predictions about the demise of network TV are premature. On a panel titled "A Big Picture of the Small Screen," Fisher said the four established…
After an intense all-night negotiating session, Miramax has beaten out several competitors in a high-stakes bidding war for worldwide distribution rights to director Mark Illsley's comedy "Happy…
Embarking on the biggest long-term campaign ever in the large-format industry, MacGillivray Freeman Films ("Everest") has announced plans to produce and distribute a 10-pic series called the Great…
Four months after losing the Bronx Bombers to a crosstown rival, Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX New York is back in the baseball biz with the New York Mets.