National General Theaters. Shane joined Loews Theaters in 1970 and worked there for four years as head film buyer for the West Coast.
Yvan Attal, Dervla Kirwan and Christopher Eccleston have signed to star in Michael Winterbottom's Irish romantic comedy "Old New Borrowed Blue."
Barry Diller is still some months away from putting his programming stamp on the USA Network and its sibling Sci-Fi Channel, based on the movies and series announced during the upfront presentation…
Albert Brooks will shift his idiosyncratic form of neuroses to October Films with "The Muse," which he will direct and topline.
Corporate headhunter Stephen A. Unger has ankled his post with the Spencer Stuart recruitment firm to join rival Heidrick & Struggles as partner-in-charge of its entertainment and media division.
Computer graphics technology, which has played an increasingly important role in the entertainment industry in recent years, will star in its own movie.
Patrick Swayze will once again dig out his dancing shoes, this time in Franchise Pictures' drama "Without a Word," which starts shooting in Toronto this September.
Sony Pictures Classics is in final negotiations to buy North American rights to John Boorman's Cannes competition entry "The General," which is being sold internationally by J&M Entertainment.
Rupert Murdoch's deal to sell $1.1 billion worth of satcasting assets he jointly owns with MCI to Primestar Partners -- a consortium of the five largest U.S. cable companies -- was dealt a possibly…
Edwin Kinley, a former vaudeville performer who later worked as a comedian with some of the top performers in the 1940s and 1950s, died March 31 of heart failure in New York City. He was 82.