Motion Picture Export Assn. of America senior veepee Marc M. Spiegel, a 43 -year veteran of the organization, has been named head of European operations for ancillary revenues.
ABC and Lorimar TV have reached an agreement renewing three series from sitcom factory Miller-Boyett Prods. -- including a two-year extension on the 6 -year-old comedy "Full House."
An annual study by the Roper Organization reaffirms that network TV is still viewers' primary choice for news and entertainment and that viewers prefer to make their own decisions -- as opposed to…
Brandon Lee, the 28-year-old son of the legendary martial arts star Bruce Lee , was killed yesterday in an accident on the set of the action-adventure movie "The Crow," currently filming at the…
Rob Lowe has entered into a development deal with New Line Cinema calling for the actor to star in and produce an original comedy.
The team behind "The Silence of the Lambs" is back -- in a manner of speaking.
It was a generally sluggish week for syndicated fare, according to Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the period ending March 21.
Figure this one out: As of last Friday, Columbia Pictures was lensing one picture. Universal had two in the works, as did 20th Century Fox. Meanwhile, Arnon Milchan was shooting four, with another…
Universal Pictures has purchased Nicholas Seldon and Robert Skotak's spec screenplay "The Brink" for producer Mike Finnell and director Joe Dante's Renfield Prods., sources said yesterday.
Perennial leader CBS again led the way in nominations for the Daytime Emmy Awards, amassing 74 nods, nearly as many as the two runner-up networks combined.
The USA Network has created a new umbrella category for original cable movies that feature bigger budgets and higher-profile actors than the typical USA made-fors.