Although he's best known for playing leading man, nice-guy roles, Robert Wagner has taken starring roles in two movies, playing unsavory types in both.
DreamWorks, which had been the last major studio to withhold support of the open digital videodisc format, has finally come on board with the new home entertainment system, announcing plans to…
LMNO Prods., the company behind reality series "Kids Say the Darndest Things" for CBS and "Guinness World Records" for Fox, has sold CBS a one-hour pet reality special, which will serve as a series…
Raising speculation that reform of Australia's media ownership laws is back on the agenda, Oz media tycoon Kerry Packer strongly endorsed the re-election of John Howard's conservative government in…
In one of the most comprehensive studies ever undertaken by the Broadway and Off Broadway communities, the Theater Development Fund has released a study that points to interesting and alarming trends…
The eighth annual Independent Producers Series will kick off Oct. 7 with an evening devoted to Christine Vachon, whose credits include "Safe," "I Shot Andy Warhol," "Poison" and the forthcoming…
Thandie Newton, who stars opposite Danny Glover and Oprah Winfrey in Buena Vista's upcoming period drama "Beloved," is close to a deal for the female lead in Paramount's "Mission: Impossible" sequel.
Ratings for "The Roseanne Show" have been inconsistent after nearly two weeks on the air.
Steven Weber has been cast as the male lead opposite Laura Linney in "Love Letters," a two-hour movie for ABC that begins shooting next week in Toronto.
After pulling the plug on its MGM Gold channel earlier this year, MGM is back on the pay TV map in Asia through a four-year output deal with News Corp.'s pan-Asian satcaster Star TV.
Hollywood producer/financier Peter Hoffman has teamed with Canuck film and TV investor Jay Firestone to form a foreign sales and distribution company, Seven Arts Intl.
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