Universal Pictures has greenlighted Spike Lee's next project, "Crooklyn, N.Y. ," sources confirmed yesterday.
Robert M. Young has replaced Marcus de Leon as director on "Roosters," KCET's first theatrical production.
The French group Chargeurs, whose entertainment industry investments include stakes in BSkyB, Action-pay-per-view and Allied Filmmakers, has announced net 1992 profits of 724 million francs ($ 131…
Miramax Films has acquired all U.S. rights to the U.K.-Canada co-production "Camilla" in a deal inked at the American Film Market.
Underscoring the ever-increasing synergy between the marketing and distribution of its films, New Line Cinema has crowned Mitch Goldman president of distribution and marketing, giving the longtime…
Backlash against perceived anti-gay statements by reggae artist Shabba Ranks continued yesterday as organizers of a Rose Bowl concert dropped him from the bill because of his comments.
The French cable industry continues to swallow up cash at an alarming rate. Lyonnaise Communications, one of the big three French cable operators, has posted 1992 losses of 175 million francs ($ 31.8…
Gary Oldman is set to make his feature film directing debut on "Lords of the Urban Jungle," contempo gangster saga due to roll in London this year.
CBS easily took the February crown as the three networks appear to have halted their slide during major sweeps periods thanks to high-profile event programming.
Playwright Arthur Miller will receive the Writers Guild of America, East's Evelyn F. Burkey Award for his contributions to the writing community.
With the February sweeps just concluded, NBC is already targeting what it hopes will be a big comeback in May after consecutive third-place finishes in major sweeps periods.