Disney's "The Lion King" leapt into the Broadway record books last weekend, wrapping an estimated $4 million to become the fastest, biggest ticket-seller in New York's legit history.
The impact of cost-cutting and a one-time gain on the sale of an investment helped Tele-Communications Inc. slash its net loss to $22 million in the third quarter, from $138 million a year earlier…
Jennifer Jason Leigh and rising star Jude Law have been set to headline David Cronenberg's "Existenz," which goes before the cameras next April in Toronto.
Looking for material to follow "The Fifth Element," director Luc Besson read only to the fifth page of Simon Winchester's book "The Professor and the Madman" before agreeing to pony up $250,000…
Swing, the tragically hip lifestyle magazine for the twentysomething set, hits the stands Tuesday with its third annual "30 under 30" power list.
Bud Carey is out as GM of lagging O&O WCBS New York, replaced by his boss, Jonathan Klein, who will continue to serve as prexy of CBS Television Stations.
CBS will emerge from the cocoon of parent Westinghouse with a cleaner break and improved earnings.
CBS has generated more sensational ratings with the second hourlong "Kids Say the Darndest Things," suggesting the Eye can significantly bolster its Friday fortunes later this season with its planned…
Mark Rolston, a square-jawed actor seen in "Aliens," "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Lethal Weapon 2," has been cast in New Line Cinema's "Rush Hour."
"One of the few joys a writer can have in Hollywood is to have something everyone will want," says bestselling novelist James Patterson, whose thriller "Kiss the Girls" has become a box office…