With the broader stock market in full throttle, Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co. both hit new highs Monday in the latest sign that investors are flocking back to Hollywood --- or at least parts…
The Cannes festival proved to be a terrific launching pad for "The Fifth Element," which had a record-busting debut in France and impressive bows in Belgium and Switzerland.
NBC has officially unveiled an "aggressive" new fall schedule that drops its Monday movie, moves hit "3rd Rock From the Sun" to anchor Wednesday's sitcom lineup and adds a fourth primetime news hour.
In a weekend when most ticket-buyers were presumably spending dough on their mothers instead of on movies, Fine Line's "Nowhere" took the top spot in another slow weekend for the New York-Los Angeles…
Filmline Intl. is set to shoot the $20 million Marlon Brando starrer "Free Money" in Montreal at the end of July, and Filmline prexy Nicolas Clermont is in final negotiations with other onscreen…
Cable TV has exploded in China in the past five years, creating an unwieldy market that has forced the government to try to rein it in.
Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS) moved to calm investor frustration with the addition of new investors and a restructuring of the group's management, amid a first-quarter earnings report…
"One Man's Hero," a long-in-development project starring Tom Berenger and being sold overseas by Kushner-Locke Intl., will be distribbed domestically by MGM.
Los Angeles-based Sceneries Entertainment has set up the Intl. New Talent Production Fund, bringing together investors from the U.S. and Europe.
After almost forty years with the tenpercentery, veteran agent Tony Fantozzi is leaving William Morris to become a producer focusing on legitimate theater projects.