Morgan Creek Prods. has upped Joe Martino to senior VP of development.
The "Star Wars" prequel had awesome foreign debuts last week while "Notting Hill" wowed the Brits and "Entrapment" entered nine territories with good-to-great figures.
Real estate investment trust Entertainment Properties Trust last week raised $21.75 million through a secondary offering of 1.2 million common shares.
Jim Henson Pictures has optioned the novel "The Moon and the Sun" from author Vonda N. McIntyre.
Paris-based Pandora Cinema has acquired all rights to "Fade to Black," scripted by John Sayles and to be directed by Oliver Parker.
Harvey Entertainment expanded its board Friday to include Meyer Gottlieb, president and chief operating officer of Samuel Goldwyn Films.
KCBS hauled away 13 trophies Saturday at the 51st annual Los Angeles area Emmy Awards, including a win in the competitive half-hour newscast category for its 11 p.m. report.
CNN Intl. (CNNI) is adopting a new strategy of regionalization to increase its viewership in India.
Although the top ranks within the entertainment biz are filled mostly by men, Warner Bros. Online exec VP Jim Banister boldly predicted that "the Internet will have more females in positions of power…
Steven Bochco has cast Blair Underwood as the lead in his upcoming CBS drama "City of Angels." Shooting begins in September for a planned January 2000 launch.
"There's Something About Mary" was the big winner at the 1999 MTV Movie Awards, taking home prizes in four categories.