Like his big studio brothers, indie producer/director Roger Corman is beginning to cash in on American audiences' thirst for family fare.
ABC confirmed that it will move "George" into its 8:30 p.m. Wednesday slot starting Dec. 22, while the in-house sitcom "Joe's Life" goes on hiatus.
Turner Classic Movies has acquired another major movie package via a deal with Warner Bros. for more than 200 titles, including "A Streetcar Named Desire, ""The Exorcist" and "Papillon."
Columbia/TriStar Film Distributors Intl. is expanding the duties of its general manager of Argentina, Oscar Scarinci, to include supervision of distribution of theatrical product in Uruguay.
Looks like the William Morris Agency is poised to take more than a "Piece of My Heart." The agency has announced representation of Texas Lion Prods. for all stage and feature productions based on…
Quebec comedy "La Florida" has won the Golden Reel Award as the top-grossing Canadian movie of the past year, it was announced by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.
Stan Daniels has been set to write the script adaptation for Amblin Entertainment's animated feature version of the musical "Carnival."
An Ontario judge has refused to ban pubcaster CBC from showing the miniseries "Boys of St. Vincent" Sunday and Monday.
Walt Disney TV has inked a deal with ABC for three primetime specials during the next 12 months, beginning with "A Musical Christmas at Walt Disney World," which will air Dec. 19 at 9 p.m.
Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose said Wednesday that he chose a song recorded by mass murderer Charles Manson for the group's latest album because he thought the song deserved an audience.
Columbia's "Ricki Lake" show, airing in a poor latenight slot on NBC affiliate KYW-TV in Philadelphia, will jump to daytime on Capital Cities/ABC-owned WPVI in fall 1994.