In an effort to trim its print costs and improve the sound of its future film releases, Warner Bros. said it will begin releasing all future releases on a new soundtrack system using dye tracks.
Universal Concerts and the House of Blues have pacted to develop nearly a dozen of the unique venues to be constructed in the U.S. and Canada.
The 1999 Humanitas Prize, which recognizes humanizing achievements in writing for feature films and television, has opened its call for entries. The deadline for submission is April 15.
UPN has ordered a drama pilot called "The Strip" from Joel Silver ("Lethal Weapon," "Die Hard"), putting the netlet in business with Warner Bros. TV for the first time since its launch.
Three out of four members of chart-topping Brit girl band All Saints have signed to star in the Swinging '60s caper movie "Honest," to be directed by rock star Dave Stewart.
Traditionally, there's a moment when the annual Oscar nominees lunch transforms into something like an old-time temperance meeting. There's the preacher, the corrosive social ill and The Pledge to be…
Financially strapped Japanese major Shochiku plans to cut the number of films it produces and eliminate its distribution network for domestic films as part of a restructuring plan.
Jamie Luner ("Melrose Place"), Flex Alexander ("Homeboys in Outer Space") and Joe Flanigan ("Sisters") have been cast in the WB pilot "The Force."
Two L.A.-based companies, Sir Reel Films and Evil Twin Prods., are teaming up to document this month's Music Bridges Around the World cultural exchange in Cuba.
The government of Catalonia, Spain's largest autonomous region, has postponed the introduction of a decree that would have forced distributors to dub half their prints on wide releases into the local…
Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas were among the Hispanic thesps recognized with Alma Award nominations from the National Council of La Raza advocacy org.