Joe Wizan and Don Schneider's Phase 1 Prods. has acquired an untitled historical epic based on a pitch by scribe Bruce C. McKenna.
Solid holds by Sony's "Men in Black," Warner Bros.' "Contact" and Paramount's "Face/Off," plus the surprisingly strong $16.5 million debut of Buena Vista's "George of the Jungle," led the overall…
Miramax's Dimension label has sealed a two-picture deal with the comedy-writing team of Craig Mazin and Greg Erb, based on a pitch the company just acquired in a pre-emptive strike for what sources…
Mexico's powerful broadcaster Televisa said on Monday that its chief corporate officer, Guillermo Canedo White, had resigned to pursue other interests.
Sony's "Men in Black" zapped an estimated $19 million over the weekend, becoming the first film of the summer to rule the fickle box office universe for three consecutive frames.
Michael Jackson, the new chief executive of Channel 4, has announced the biggest change for almost a decade in the web's chain of editorial command.
After the House voted 10 days ago to lower the guillotine on the National Endowment for the Arts, a Senate subcommittee voted Friday to restore the arts agency's $100 million budget.
TV writer-producer Larry Wilmore has inked a two-year comedy development deal with Walt Disney Television.
As action by execs and potential investors continues to point toward a company sale, U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo Group has announced a shuffle of its evening programming lineup.
The USA Network has harvested some of the best original-movie ratings in its history in the last six weeks, emerging as one of the major beneficiaries of the broadcast networks' plummet to record-low…
While the rest of the country still waits for the film version of the Titanic to arrive, New Yorkers now have a culinary version of the epic sea disaster in addition to a musical one.