Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) is joining former presidents Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford in a national petition that asks Hollywood to create a common code of conduct aimed…
Fireworks Entertainment, the production arm of CanWest Global Communications, has announced a production slate worth C$150 million ($101 million).
TOKYO -- Japanese movie distributor Gaga Communications will roll out a record 31 films in the local market next year, including the Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner "End of Days."
Gotham's Urbanworld Film Festival -- self-billed as the nation's largest showcase of black films -- unveiled its lineup for its third annual event, which runs Aug. 4-8.
Cable viewers flocked to an unusually wide variety of cable networks last week, sampling such original programs as the premiere of USA's weekly action series "GvsE"; the first run of A&E's "Small…
NBC is close to a deal to pay Warner Bros. Television an estimated $5 million per episode to keep cornerstone Thursday sitcom "Friends" on the air through mid-2002.
MP3.com has set a share price of $28 for its initial public offering today and will make 12.3 million shares available for sale.
Richard N. Goodwin's tyro stage effort, "The Hinge of the World," will receive a theatrical production in London's West End, courtesy of Fred Zollo.
Warner Bros. has picked up David Ayer's screenplay "Training Day," to which Davis Guggenheim is attached to direct for the studio.
Will Emmy get chummy with "Friends" again? Will "Will & Grace" be graced with its first bid for best comedy? Will HBO's "The Sopranos" reach an Emmy high note, becoming the first cable skein ever…
Microsoft's Bill Gates will deliver the New Millennium Keynote address at the international Consumer Electronic Show (CES) on Jan. 5. Gates' address is set for the Las Vegas Hilton Theater of the Las…