Steve Hewitt has relinquished the title of president of Hallmark Entertainment Prods. to become a hands-on executive producer of at least 16 original TV and cable movies filmed by Hallmark over the…
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has added four new Los Angeles-based journalists to its roster.
As Memorial Day approaches, the trailer wars are heating up. With Universal's "The Lost World" expected to attract as many as 10 million people in its first week, it's no wonder distributors are…
MGM has signed Michael Madsen, Marg Helgenberger and Natasha Henstridge to reprise their starring roles in "Species II." Mykelti Williamson and Justin Lazard join them in the cast.
The al fresco dinner and party following last week's competition screening of Warner Bros./New Regency's "L.A. Confidential" drew a slew of established and rising stars to the Piper Heidsiecke…
Allan Horlick, a veteran NBC station exec, has been named president and managing director for NBC Europe, effective Aug. 4.
Time Warner won another skirmish in its legal war with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Friday, as a federal judge threw out News Corp.'s charge of fraud.
As reporting assignments go, the Cannes Film Festival isn't exactly bamboo shoots under the fingernails. With plenty of sun, sea, stars and sex, the festival fortnight would seem to be the envy of…
Intl. Family Entertainment Inc. says its controlling shareholder, the Robertson family, won't get a better deal than other shareholders if the company concludes negotiations to be acquired by News…
Paramount Pictures has picked up domestic and most international rights to "The Education of Little Tree" from producer Jake Eberts.
ABC News spiked a story about allegations of sexual misconduct in Congress hours before it was scheduled to air Friday night, prompting a complaint from the author of an upcoming book who first…