Incensed by a letter from an attorney representing Miramax, the Catholic League wants to rap the knuckles of Bob and Harvey Weinstein over Kevin Smith's comedy "Dogma."
Showtime likes to tout itself as the network with "No Limits." This year, the pay cabler is hoping their motto extends to its potential for Emmy noms.
Planeta, the biggest publishing company in the Spanish-speaking world, has launched a film and TV division to power its drive into broadcasting, film production, rights brokering and niche TV channel…
Demonstrating a newfound commitment to the beefcake action genre, Dimension Films has bought Stephen Hunter's upcoming novel "Medal of Honor" for Brillstein-Grey Entertainment to produce.
Producer Joel Silver has named Susan Levin vice president of production for his Warner Bros.-based company, Silver Pictures.
The creative team for the upcoming Broadway tuner "Don Juan de Marco," like the great Juan, has been through hell. After enduring much intra-creative acrimony, the tuner's composer Skip Kennan has…
Warner Bros. has acquired Joe Quirk's 1998 novel "The Ultimate Rush" for Jorge Saralegui's production shingle, Material, to produce.
Xavier Marchand has been named president of distribution and sales at Universal Pictures Intl., based in London.
Fox will fight another day -- execs have decided to move the Brad Pitt-Edward Norton drama "Fight Club" from its present Aug. 6 opening to a fall berth.
The Backstreet Boys' "Millennium" was the bestselling album in the nation for the fourth consecutive week, with more than 371,000 copies of the disc going home with fans, according to sales data…
Former NBC exec Eric Cardinal is joining UPN as senior vice president of research.