Jan De Bont has decided not to direct 20th Century Fox's "Zero Hour" and instead will turn his complete attention to the sci-fi western "Ghost Riders in the Sky" as his next directing project for Fox…
A newspaper item Friday that speculated on the potential demise of the Warner Bros. Domestic TV sci-fi series "Babylon 5" has reportedly inspired calls from more than 1,000 fans jamming the phone…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has ordered another mammals-in-peril special from John Ratzenberg's Fiddler's Bay Prods.
Andrew Deane and Neal Israel of Like Brothers Films will executive produce “A Course in Miracles.” Producer Stuart Birnbaum is not part of their company, contrary to what was reported Tuesday. * * *…
"Steel Pier," the $7.5 million musical snubbed by Tony voters and drowned at the box office by "Titanic," will close June 28, making it the first of the spring's big Broadway tuners to flop.
Mel Gorham, the star of NBC's Thursday night sitcom "Union Square," has been dropped from the show that was developed specifically for her.
The Asian American Intl. Film Festival will honor Arthur Dong and Jessica Yu with the 1997 Asian American Media Award here July 17.
King World Prods. took another step toward growing its business Tuesday, tapping veteran dealmaker Jules Haimovitz as president and chief operating officer.
In an example of the kind of ABC/Disney synergy that is starting to become commonplace, the Disney Channel has acquired all 22 half-hour episodes of the 1996 ABC series bomb "Muppets Tonight" for air…
Shelley McCrory has been promoted to vice president, primetime series for NBC Entertainment.
Score another one for the Hollywood rumor mill. Proving that, indeed, where there's smoke, there's Rapke, former CAA co-chairman Jack Rapke and Robert Zemeckis along with Steve Starkey have signed a…