Breaking out Michael O'Mahony's "Uncommon Criminal" for Warner Bros. is Arnold Kopelson's next grand plan following the studio's optioning of the project for the indie producer last Friday.
Japan's Gaga Communications has hired industry veteran Edward J. Shields as vice president of Gaga America Inc.
Debt-ridden Don Bluth Entertainment was placed in the hands of a provisional liquidator last week after an offer for the Dublin-based animation company was withdrawn.
Robert Kline's name was misspelled Wednesday in a headline about Todd-AO's venture with Kline's TAE Prods. Production designer Norris Spencer was misidentified in Wednesday's review of "1492…
It's three strikes and almost certainly out for Film Trustees, the international film financing company. Shareholders are due to meet in London Oct. 16, and liquidation appears inevitable for the…
NSB Corp., the former Hemdale Film Corp., was given another reprieve Friday when angry creditors agreed to extend the payoff deadline until Tuesday.
The three-member Federal Communications Commission review board Friday agreed to hear oral arguments in a case involving a challenge to Fox-owned KTTV's broadcast license.
Republic Pictures Corp. has inked a six-picture distribution deal with newly formed Blue Rider Pictures. The deal will kick into gear when production of the suspense thriller "Witchboard 2" kicks off…
Stuck between the desire to maintain themselves as viable groundbreakers and still sell millions of units, R.E.M. has chosen to look toward their roots on its new CD, "Automatic For The People."
With network lineups shaken by sports-related preemptions the Fox Children's Network is making in-roads in the Saturday-morning derby, according to national Nielsen tallies for Oct. 3.
As a yardstick for directors, the European b.o. last week was uplifting for directors Barbet Schroeder, Reginald Hudlin and David Fincher.