"Aladdin's" lamp is burning brightly across Europe, tracking about 50% ahead of "Beauty and the Beast" as the pic soared past $ 133.6 million gross overseas.
The fledgling Paramount Network has signed Renaissance Communications' WDZL-TV in Miami as an affiliate -- fueling the increasingly bitter competition between that venture and a proposed rival Warner…
Film selection is under way for screening and competition at the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, skedded March 4-13.
Multimedia Inc. said J. William Grimes resigned as chief executive and president. Grimes is credited with the early success of sports cabler ESPN. Walter E. Bartlett, who said “differences existed…
Helmers David Cronenberg, Norman Jewison and Ivan Reitman, as well as HBO Worldwide Pictures prexy Robert Cooper, are among the advisers to a newly created mutual fund designed to pump funds into the…
RAI's radical reform plan unveiled last week concentrates power over the pubcaster's TV drama co-production and acquisitions structure in a new mega-department run by Andrea Melodia.
Producers Neal Marlens & Carol Black are giving up their day-to-day role on Disney TV's "These Friends of Mine," a midseason ABC sitcom starring comic Ellen DeGeneres.
Rupert Murdoch, controlling shareholder of News Corp., said his company isn't planning a revised super-voting share proposal following a decision last week to abandon an earlier super-share plan.
Francois Girard's "Thirty-Two Short Films About Glenn Gould" was the top winner at Canada's Genie Awards Sunday, picking up four trophies, including best picture and director.
A man who accused his male boss of sexual harassment can go forward with his lawsuit because California law prohibits such harassment between people of the same sex, a state appeals court has ruled.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" headliner Kristy Swanson is in final negotiations with Columbia Pictures to star in writer/director John Singleton's "Higher Learning," which is slated for a February…