It turns out that Fran Drescher didn't entirely make up her Nov. 4 anecdote on "The Tonight Show" after all. She merely claimed a friend's story as her own.
Many directors have had an impact on the astral firmament, spawning stars who would affect the course of movies, from John Ford's use of John Wayne and Elia Kazan's of Marlon Brando to Martin…
Jeffrey Katzenberg appears to have won an important victory in his $250 million lawsuit when attorneys for the Walt Disney Co. on Monday conceded that the former studio chairman is owed money under…
CBS has acquired the broadcast rights to "Having Our Say," the story of a U.S. century as seen through the eyes of the centenarian Delany sisters. The Eye web will develop the tale as a TV movie.
Universal Pictures, taking aim at TriStar Pictures, is putting together a "SWAT" team of its own.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. cut the size of its public stock offering by a little less than one-third Monday to $193 million, two days before the deal goes to market, in a sign that the Lion wasn't…
BVI's "Face/Off" became the 16th member of the overseas blockbuster club over the weekend, racing to a cume of $104 million after scoring $2.6 million from 396 U.K. screens in a thrilling No. 1 bow.
Cablevision Systems Corp., the sixth-largest cable operator in the U.S., is planning to funnel about $10 million into the production of independent theatrical pics over the next two years.
Cable & Wireless Communications, the U.K.'s biggest cable operator, has released positive results for the six months ending Sept. 30 --- figures significantly buoyed by its April merger.
Dan Rather has reupped at CBS News, extending his current contract an additional three years, to 2002, with a significant pay hike to roughly $6.5 million per.