The summer season, now at the midway point, is shaping up more potently abroad than domestically, as continued multiplexing and better-spaced release skeds are enabling the big U.S. films to realize…
The Memorial Day shakeup at EMI Music set in motion a series of restructurings at the U.K.-based conglom that momentarily distracted industry types from the dismal atmosphere at the retail level…
Elizabeth Hurley is set to join Christopher Lloyd and Jeff Daniels in Disney's feature revival of the '60s sitcom "My Favorite Martian" under Donald Petrie's helm.
In the biggest TV affiliate switch since Fox snagged the New World stations in 1994, the WB TV Network has agreed to pay the Sinclair Broadcast Group $84 million over 10 years for converting five of…
Christy Kwon has been promoted to director of specials, primetime series and latenight for NBC Entertainment.
MGM went out Monday with a full slate of feature releases through the next year, nailing down dates for pics in the pipeline from newly acquired Orion Pictures and Goldwyn Entertainment.
David Newman didn't start out to be a film composer. He wasn't even fully aware of the crucial role his father had played in film music history until a few years after Alfred Newman had died.
Miramax's "Shall We Dance?" pirouetted into the top spot on the exclusives roster during its first weekend in New York and Los Angeles. Writer-director Masayuki Suo's Japanese-language comedy waltzed…
"Portrait of a Lady's" Barbara Hershey and Robbie Coltrane of the BBC TV series "Cracker" are starring in Amos Poe's "Frogs for Snakes," an independent film being produced by the Shooting Gallery's…
Topics of diversity and universality are hot in L.A.'s clubland. With Southern California's melting-pot demographics, clubs can prosper by appealing to several ethnic groups.