Days after the producers of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" declared they had Madonna set to star as Maggie the cat in the West End production of the play, the cat is now scratched.
Michael Ovitz's theater concern, Livent Inc., Thursday named former KPMG Peat Marwick partner Robert Webster to the position of executive VP in charge of financial, management information and…
Clarence Williams III and Boyd Kestner have joined the ranks of Paramount's John Travolta-Madeline Stowe starrer "The General's Daughter" which begins shooting in Savannah, Ga. on Tuesday.
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Winnipeg-based CanWest Global Communications Corp. reported a hefty 176% jump in earnings for the third quarter ended May 31.
Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush ("Shine") is set to play the villainous mastermind in Universal's offbeat superhero pic "Mystery Men," directed by commercial helmer Kinka Usher.
Cece Karz and Gregg Brilliant each have been upped from exec directors to veeps of national publicity for the motion picture group at Paramount, worldwide publicity exec VP Blaise J. Noto announced…
With unexpected haste, the Federal Trade Commission has signed off on the Seagram Co.'s $10.6 billion acquisition of Polygram.
Carlton Communications, Pearson Plc and Canal Plus have emerged as the European companies showing the strongest interest in Polygram Filmed Entertainment at this early stage of the auction, with all…
The Screen Actors Guild's national board will gather in Los Angeles this weekend to decide whether to recommend a merger with the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.
Adelphia Communications Corp. has joined the rush by media companies to secure access to capital by registering to sell up to $750 million in debt and equity securities.
A&E, through its sister network the History Channel, is getting into the TV syndication business for the first time.