Fresh off his co-starring stint in Kevin Costner's "The Postman," Larenz Tate is in final talks to star as '50s teen rock sensation Frankie Lyman in Rhino Films' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" for…
In the wake of bankrupt satcaster AlphaStar shuttering its doors and ceasing operations Friday --- leaving its 51,000 subscribers holding useless hardware --- direct broadcast satellite market leader…
The one-two punch of Warner Bros.' "Conspiracy Theory" and Sony's "Air Force One" led the weekend's top 60 films to a $94.1 million total.
The Walt Disney Co. announced Monday that it will build a distribution center near Jonesville that will employ 300 people when it opens in about a year.
In the ever-mystifying world of Hollywood severance packages, studio presidents and chairmen who quit (or are ousted) are routinely given production deals.
A U.S. judge has allowed NBC to serve subpoenas on five investment-banking firms handling this week's international initial public offering of shares in Television Azteca SA, Mexico's second-largest…
Mark Halacy has been named VP, human resources development, and Jeremy Eskenazi has been named director, work force planning and strategic staffing, for Universal Pictures.
HBO's sister channel Cinemax is tossing out its complicated theme-night movie scheduling Sept. 1 in favor of slotting different movies every night at 8 and 10.
Giovanni Minoli, director of pubcaster web RAI-3 and one of the most innovative figures in Italian television, has commissioned a group of Italy's most prominent filmmakers to document 40 years of…
Veteran humor-meisters Chevy Chase, Don Rickles and Jack Warden have signed on to fill out the cast of MGM's pic "Dirty Work," a skewed comedy about a spiteful loser who opens a successful business…