Large-format pioneer Imax Corp. has put film development on the front burner and plans an ambitious release schedule over the next 18 months.
David Levien and Brian Koppelman, one of the filmbiz' faster-rising writing duos, have gone on to lock up two high-profile (and high-six-figure) rewriting assignments for Walt Disney Pictures…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America has named Vans Stevenson to the post of senior vice president of state legislation.
CBS' TV station group named longtime Westinghouse exec Joseph Berwanger to the new post of exec VP of sales, seeking to fulfill a mission by CBS Stations chief Mel Karmazin to boost revenue at the…
"Butch Camp," the gay-themed film starring Judy Tenuta, opens Aug. 1 in Los Angeles at the Cineplex Odeon Beverly Center Theater and at Edwards Theaters University 6 in Irvine.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has once again written Vice President Gore to complain about the appointment of Washington pundit Norman Ornstein to a commission charged with drawing up public…
Two top names on Broadway are very close to pairing on a feature film. Nathan Lane is attached to star in the Island Pictures comedy "The Best Man," and talks are under way with director Jerry Zaks…
The effort by broadcasters to load the current budget bill with provisions that would deregulate the ownership of TV stations is running into trouble.
Citing creative differences, director Stacy Title has fallen out of MGM's feature version of "The Mod Squad," a bigscreen update of the hit age-of-Aquarius TV series about three young dropouts who…
Academy Award nominations for producers usually conjure up images of endless job opportunities and immediate financial success. But Renee Tajima-Pena, one of the producers of the 1988 feature…
Responding to an eye-opening perf by its soundtrack, "Love Jones" will be re-released by New Line Cinema Aug. 8 on several hundred screens nationwide.