Aaron Spelling may have another hit on hands -- but this time on the home computer. The veteran television producer, who has made a living off of tapping into cultural trends, is logging onto the…
Warner Bros. lost more than a steady supplier of hit movies when Arnon Milchan's New Regency Prods. left for the Fox lot two years ago. The Time Warner studio is now also missing out on TV shows from…
The hills are alive with the sound of overseas auds fleeing a gaggle of spring turkeys, although exhibs were hoping the tide could turn over the weekend, with the international rollout of Hollywood…
India's state broadcaster Doordarshan has been accused of selecting Stracon, a sports marketing firm, through a fraudulent competition, and of defrauding the government of $5 million.
A never-before-heard 1967 George Harrison track, "In the First Place," has just been dusted off for commercial release -- something sure to be music to Beatles' fans ears.
Late last week, "Springer" distrib Studios USA decided to yank all of the segs that had been skedded to air this week, which includes the last three days of the May sweep, replacing them with a slate…
The opportunities for aging Hollywood may be shrinking, but vet scribes showed off their creative muscle last week at a Writers Guild of America-sponsored new work showcase.
German production companies are doing more work for commercial TV than for pubcasters, according to a new study.
Chris Cooper has signed to join the cast of the latest Farrelly brothers’ pic, “Me, Myself and Irene.” Cooper, whose credits include “October Sky,” “Great Expectations” and “Lone Star,” will portray…
The moguls topping Hollywood's major studios may not have shown up for the May 10 White House session on youth violence, but they are expected today in Burbank, where MPAA prexy Jack Valenti is…
Despite distribution terms that initially alarmed theater owners, Disney likely will secure at least 60-70 bookings in Imax theaters worldwide for the Jan. 1 opening of "Fantasia 2000."