Trying to dampen the public war of words with Roseanne and Tom Arnold, ABC issued a statement Friday saying the web was "happy to confirm" an agreement with the Arnolds' Wapello County Prods. to…
The unique deal proposed last week by Major League Baseball, NBC and ABC could cost baseball its antitrust exemption, hurt the game's image and ultimately lower ratings and revenue even for the World…
Hungarian helmers are seen as eager to sign co-production deals in the aftermath of parliament's allocation of film subsidies. Magyar filmmakers are gearing for another austere year and looking to…
British media company Flextech, the main shareholder in the Children's Channel, is negotiating to take a substantial minority stake in the U.K. version of the Family Channel, which is due to launch…
"Indecent Proposal" began its Euro run last week with suitably racy figures, occupying the top spot in Italy in its opening week and posting strong opening days in Belgium and France. If early…
Ezra Doner is ankling his post as senior VP of business and legal affairs at Miramax Films to join the entertainment wing at Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler.
Cinema attendance in France continued to decline in 1992, but a new report suggests a halt to the decadelong downturn.
Last Week…$ 62,300,000 1992…$ 45,400,000 1991…$ 51,900,000 Year to date…$ 1,402,600,000 *1992…$ 1,386,000,000 1991…$ 1,558,900,000 * one week less
NBC's fall schedule demonstrates the network is willing to aggressively challenge other webs' strongest shows in an effort to break out of third place. Now, it's up to viewers to cooperate.
Genesis Entertainment has reportedly begun notifying stations that the frosh entry "The Whoopi Goldberg Show" will not be back for a second season.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman1Weekend:$21.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire2Weekend:$19.1M Warner Brothers
Need For Speed
Need For Speed3Weekend:$17.8M