Three out of five Americans prefer their aliens quirky, computer-generated and visible, if the weekend box office is any indication. Sony's sophomore "Men in Black" remained the top B.O. attraction…
The honeymoon's over for Mark Canter, who is switching hats to become executive producer of Columbia TriStar's syndie strip "The Dating Game" after spending the past season as exec producer of its…
Reports running through the German press that media heavyweight the Kirch Group could loose its broadcasting rights to the World Cups in 2002 and 2006 were denied Friday by the Kirch Group and FIFA…
Earlier this year, writer-director Raymond De Felitta was walking around lower Manhattan when he stumbled upon the Screening Room, the hip cinema-restaurant. What a great place for a premiere…
Film Institute of Northern California celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Mill Valley Film Festival Oct. 2-12 with a wide selection of foreign and domestic films. Included will be Spike Lee’s…
"Star Trek" series writer/producer Ira Steven Behr has signed a three-year overall development deal with Paramount Network Television.
Is TCI Intl. about to pack its Latin American bags and say, "Adios"? That's been the rumor in the Latino cable industry over the past week or so, following Argentine press reports that the U.S…
Merging the ridefilm and Imax experiences, New Wave Entertainment, a Sherman Oaks-based ridefilm production company that currently makes more than half of all ridefilm footage worldwide, has…
U.S. album sales rose 5.4% in the first half of 1997, marking a turnaround for the $12 billion music industry, whose sales have been flat for the past two years, Soundscan Inc. said Thursday.
Jim Henson Pictures has optioned "Valiant," a story by Jim Dublin and Paul Zaloom, writers and producers of the CBS kids sci-fi series "Beakman's World."