Universal Pictures has inked a three-year co-production and foreign distribution deal with the Kushner-Locke Co.
Showtime has joined forces with NYT Television, a division of the New York Times, to produce five one-hour documentaries with subject matter supporting Showtime's summer lineup of original movies.
Danny Elfman, Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams and Mike Post were among the composers honored at BMI's annual film and TV music awards gala Wednesday at the Regent Beverly Wilshire. Alan Menken was…
London-based Portman Entertainment has tapped American indie producer Mindy Affrime to head the company's new Los Angeles office.
Brady Craine has been upped to the newly created position of senior director of trade events for the American Film Marketing Assn.
Phil Richards, a former makeup artist who worked with such actresses as Rita Hayworth, Ann-Margret and Goldie Hawn, died March 13 of cancer at his home in Palm Springs. He was 69.
Actor Peter Berg, whose directorial debut, "Very Bad Things," briefly stirred the otherwise sedate L.A. acquisitions community into a lather of excitement, has signed to helm his next picture for…
Boston-based investment manager Thomas Lee is busy these days: Not only has he teamed up with Mike Ovitz to look at a bid for Polygram Holdings, but he is also one of Michael Milken's partners in a…
Sony Pictures' "Godzilla" will thunder into theaters Wednesday on a record 7,363 screens in 3,310 theaters, demolishing the record of 6,190 screens set last summer by Universal's "The Lost World…
Recording artists would no longer be able to exit contracts as a condition of bankruptcy under an amendment to the bankruptcy code proposed by the Recording Industry Assn. of America.
French production company Parabole is looking to assemble a consortium of European producers to co-produce an ambitious slate of 12 pics derived from the collection of 42 Bible stories, known as the…
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