Hoping to capitalize on Hollywood's newfound appetite for magazine articles, Buzz Inc. has entered into agreements with the Crosby/Levy Management and Production Co. and Paramount Pictures.
Fifteen years after its London stage debut, Fox 2000 has paid a low six-figure against mid-six-figure sum for the film rights to Ray Cooney's popular English farce "Run for Your Wife," sources…
"Lucky Star," Ricardo Franco's dark tale of doomed love, swept top plaudits at Saturday's Spanish Academy Awards, scooping Goyas for best film, best direction, best original screenplay and best actor…
If the United States didn't exist, would Britain have had to invent it? That's one of the passing meditations prompted by "Inventing America: A Year of American Culture," the banner title for the…
It was full steam ahead for "Titanic" last week as James Cameron's opus set yet another B.O. record overseas, amassing an extraordinary $68.5 million as its cume vaulted to $234.7 million.
Gary Nardino, former head of television production at Paramount and Orion, died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke on Jan. 22. He was 62.
Lisa Westfield-Avent, a 15-year veteran of the licensing industry, has been named vice president, domestic licensing, for MGM's consumer products division. The company said the hire is part of its…
J.J. Klein has been tapped VP of development at Team Todd -- Suzanne and Jennifer Todd's new production outfit, which late last year signed a two-year first-look deal with New Line Cinema.
Dave Chappelle has inked to deliver a role in the Warner Bros. romantic comedy "You Have Mail," the Nora Ephron-helmed project skedded for a Christmas release.
NBC is benching "Fired Up" and moving "NewsRadio" to Wednesday at 8 p.m. in March to make way for the midseason comedies "House Rules" and "For Your Love."