Stan Durwood wants to bring back the Big Gorilla.
Loews Theatres Exhibition Group and Cineplex Odeon completed their merger Thursday after receiving approval from the Dept. of Justice in April, creating Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp. as the…
Size doesn't matter as much as you think, Mandalay chairman Peter Guber told an audience of large-format film industry execs Thursday.
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Fox Broadcasting Co. has ordered 13 episodes of another animated comedy for midseason called "Family Guy," which was created, written, produced and animated by a young newcomer named Seth MacFarlane.
When Bob Jamieson was named prexy of RCA Records three years ago, the guffaws could be heard throughout the industry. But thanks to a string of recent successes and a newfound competitive spirit at…
Wednesday's taxi strike was not good news for the 120 delegates from around the globe who converged on Gotham for Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl.'s annual confab.
Legendary Disney animator Joe Grant celebrates his 90th birthday today, kicking off the seventh decade of a career that is still going strong.
Upstart network wannabe Pax Net added credibility to its cause by hiring former CBS president Jeff Sagansky as president and CEO of Paxson Communications Corp., which plans to launch its…
Miramax Films has acquired the rights in North America, Spain and Italy to Icon Entertainment's feature version of Oscar Wilde's play "An Ideal Husband."
Just a week after picking up distribution rights to the DreamWorks/ABC sitcom "Spin City," Paramount Domestic TV has sold rerun rights to the show to UPN affils in the top three TV markets for a fall…
Time Warner Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Gerald Levin said Thursday there was no squabble between him and vice chairman Ted Turner over plans for the Court TV cable channel.