Peace Corps volunteers, catering crews and an improv gameshow exec produced by "Politically Incorrect's" Bill Maher are some of the concepts on Brillstein-Grey Entertainment's pilot plate this spring.
Mark Damon's MDP Worldwide is in serious negotiations to handle international sales on David Fincher's forthcoming noir thriller "The Black Dahlia," based on the book by "L.A. Confidential" writer…
Polygram Filmed Entertainment Canada has inked a non-exclusive output deal with upstart Vancouver-based distrib Red Sky Entertainment and Red Sky will handle most of Polygram's non-proprietary films…
A House subcommittee handed a preliminary victory Thursday to the copyright-rich recording and movie industries when it rejected proposals by telephone companies to weaken intellectual property law…
Paramount Pictures is close to a deal to acquire Marc Hyman's original pitch "The Perfect Score" for Roger Birnbaum and Jonathan Glickman to produce.
The makers of Britain's most successful children's television show, "Art Attack," have inked a major production deal with Buena Vista that could be worth in excess of $1.6 million. Tiny U.K.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. delivered on investor expectations Thursday by reporting a fourth-quarter loss of $82.5 million on revenues of $259.2 million.
Imagine and Universal have struck a deal for Ken Nolan's gritty action script "The Quick Killing." Deal will snare the writer $800,000 against a low seven-figure fee if the film gets made, sources…
In its first offshore appointment, major Aussie exhib Greater Union has tapped Scott Dwyer as European general manager to oversee GU's German interests and explore future European expansion…
Sony Corp. has taken advantage of recent liberalization in Japan's pension fund laws by enlisting overseas managers for its billion-dollar-plus pension fund, a Japanese daily reported.