Twentieth Century Fox's decision to premiere "Titanic," its mega-budgeted, much-ballyhooed James Cameron project, at the Tokyo Film Festival Nov. 1, has Hollywood insiders scratching their heads.
The Senate voted 99-1 Wednesday to confirm William Kennard as the next chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
There have been dozens of animated Christmas specials on television over the years, but only a small handful have become perennial classics. This holiday season, another contender takes center stage…
20th Century Fox Intl.'s "Titanic" and "Great Expectations," and Warner Bros. Intl.'s "Fallen" have been added to the slate of films being showcased at next month's CineAsia movie convention. The…
A two-month lull between rap albums bowing at No. 1 on the nation's pop album sales chart ended Wednesday with Interscope Records' compilation disc "The Firm" replacing teenage sensation LeAnn Rimes…
The future of embattled Oz satcaster Australis Media's Galaxy looked grim Thursday morning after it lost a battle for an expedited Federal Court ruling on government efforts to block its A$650…
"The question is why does Hollywood go on making the crap they pass off as movies?" So asked the Academy Award-winning producer of "The English Patient," Saul Zaentz, drawing applause and cheers in…
New Regency Television has inked a first-look development pact with Roland Joffe's Lightmotive Prods.
Marc J. Graboff has been named senior vice president of business affairs at CBS Entertainment, reporting to Nancy Tellem, executive VP of business affairs and exec VP of CBS Prods.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has asked a court to issue an injunction barring the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences from proceeding with an arbitration in New York over…