Kris Kristofferson and Casey Siemaszko have joined the cast of John Sayles' "Limbo" for Columbia Pictures.
DreamWorks has moved up the release of its digitally animated feature "Antz" from March 1999 to Oct. 2, 1998, the company told exhibitors recently. The move puts the film into theaters seven weeks…
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television presented screenwriting awards to five students for works written in the 1997-98 professional program in screenwriting.
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The nation's librarians dealt a serious setback to the powerful entertainment lobby Wednesday: The shelvers succeeded in blocking progress of two international intellectual property treaties that…
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s summer newsmag series is headed off the beaten path with a staff list highlighted by several unconventional contributors.
Twentieth Century Fox TV has signed a development deal with actress Christine Taylor ("The Wedding Singer," "The Brady Bunch Movie").
Warner Bros. and longtime partner Morgan Creek Prods. have deepened their alliance with a five-year agreement to share financing and distribution on an unspecified number of big-budget motion…
KTLA owner Tribune Co. has inked a deal to sell the station's historic Sunset Boulevard studios and lot to Santa Monica-based M. David Paul Development, which plans to build an office tower on the…
Brad Garrett, who will soon begin taping his third season on the CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond," has joined the cast of Woody Allen's next feature, where he'll appear opposite Sean Penn and Uma…
Frank Galati's first creative outing since "Ragtime" and a new production of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" directed by Mark Brokaw highlight the 1998-99 season at the Steppenwolf Theater…
Director Adrian Lyne will segue from pre-pubescent girls to neighborhood killers in the Gotham thriller "The Murderer Next Door" for Columbia Pictures, the studio confirmed Wednesday.