Warner Bros. has bid $100,000 against a $500,000 total exercise price for feature film rights to "The Invaders," the 1960s sci-fi ABC-TV show starring Roy Thinnes. Those rights, once owned by Carolco…
Bill Lord, who in his two years as news director has guided KNBC-TV to some of its best ratings of the 1990s, is resigning his post to return to his hometown of Seattle and KIRO-TV.
In a major cast revamp, Ron Eldard and Justine Bateman will exit the NBC sitcom "Men Behaving Badly" shortly after the start of its sophomore season, leaving Rob Schneider as the only remaining…
Paxson Communications Corp. agreed Monday to buy the Travel Channel for $75 million in stock and cash from Landmark Communications Inc., the companies said.
Asia provided the most B.O. thrills but the threat of a real-life natural disaster in Mexico sent locals running to theaters to see Hollywood's depiction of such a situation in domestic…
Megalomedia, the ambitious British media group headed by advertising millionaire Maurice Saatchi, has become Europe's largest digital effects company by acquiring London-based Computer Film Holdings…
London's abandoned Battersea Power Station will be the site of the U.K.'s first state-of-the-art megaplex --- and Europe's largest cinema complex --- according to sources.
The Microsoft Network and U2 have teamed to launch the band's first official Web site, which will bow with "Pop Invasion," a live one-hour webcast that will emanate on Friday from the studios of KROQ…
Kenneth Branagh and Helena Bonham Carter will take off in the BBC Films/Distant Horizon production of "The Theory of Flight."
Cable operators were less than thrilled when an early knockout engineered by Oscar De La Hoya caused the premiere episode of the second season of HBO's satirical sitcom "Arliss" to run 35 minutes…