Disneyland officials have asked for a hearing to dispute allegations it hired illegal immigrants and avoid paying nearly $ 395,000 in penalties to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services.
To celebrate its 60th anni in Hollywood, the American Cinematheque is presenting "Set-Up in Paradise City: A Tribute to Robert Wise In-Person," from June 11-13.
Taking advantage of low interest rates, Time Warner and Paramount Communications made early calls on public debt Monday.
Jonathan Axelrod will give up his position as co-chairman and CEO at the Producers Entertainment Group, with co-chair Harvey Bibicoff assuming his responsibilities.
Twentieth Century Fox has bought Roger Wilson's contemporary drama, "Through the Trees," an idea the writer sold to the studio on a pitch, for producer Wendy Margolis, sources said Monday.
New exclusive releases found it very tough to gain a foothold as the majors' summer releases started pouring off the assembly lines.
'In the Line of Duty: Standoff at Waco' 17.7/27 NBC torched the competition in Sunday's Nielsen overnights with the made-for-sweeps quickie. The Peacock net also posted a 10.5/17 from 7-9 p.m. with…
Carlton TV, the new weekday ITV station for London, achieved stronger-than-expected results in its first three months of broadcasting, posting an operating loss of T4.3 million ($ 6.6 million)…
Steven Spielberg is bringing more than "Jurassic Park" to theaters next month. The filmmaker is also delivering Digital Theater Systems' sound experience to moviegoers. Spielberg is both a champion…
The American Television Awards kicked off Sunday night in Santa Monica, in ceremonies celebrating TV achievements as voted on by more than 400 print and broadcast journalists.
An aspiring actress, allegedly referred by the Screen Actors Guild to a talent agent who sexually attacked her, filed a negligent misrepresentation lawsuit Monday against SAG.