King World Prods. has completed its hiring of the production team for the new version of gameshow "Hollywood Squares," set to premiere in firstrun syndication Sept. 14.
United Artists has paid a low six figure against mid-six figure sum for "Young at Heart," a pitch by writers Kirk DeMicco and William Schifrin.
Revenue-sharing with the Hollywood studios took center stage here Wednesday on the first day of the Video Software Dealers Assn. convention.
Czech TV general director Jakub Puchalsky arrived at the Karlovy Vary film fest Wednesday to unveil plans for the pubcaster's feature film production plans, which includes an emphasis on quality over…
Newcomer thesp Shannon Elizabeth, building on the momentum of two recent indie feature acting gigs, has landed a role in Universal's "East Great Falls High," an ensemble comedy about sex-obsessed…
Tina Brown is going Hollywood. The editor of the New Yorker quit Wednesday to go into business with Miramax Films. Together with Ron Galotti, who resigned as publisher of Vogue and vice president of…
20th Century Fox is developing "Challenger," a project to be written by Graham Yost that takes a look at the behind-the-scenes events surrounding the 1986 Challenger space shuttle disaster.
With revenue increases falling short of major ratings gains this year, Televisa is considering major changes to its upfront ad sales plan.
Artisan Entertainment has promoted Nicolas van Dyk to senior vice president of corporate development and strategic planning.
Mark Feuerstein, who just wrapped "Practical Magic" opposite Sandra Bullock for Warner Bros., has inked to co-star in Albert Brooks' "The Muse" for October Films.
The Disney Channel has signed its first overall television development deal, with Jon Cooksey and Ali Marie Matheson, a husband-and-wife writing team whose work includes "Rugrats," "Moonlighting" and…
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