Prepping for a busy development season, Brillstein-Grey Television has upped Becky Jackson and Marianne Cracchiolo to directors.
Eye web execs have tentatively decided to counterprogram NBC's Emmycast with the broadcast premiere of Martin Scorsese's ultraviolent Mafia pic "Goodfellas."
The showbiz PR triumvirate of Bender, Goldman and Helper is breaking up -- sort of.
Granada, EMI, Chris-Craft and billionaire investor Paul Allen are the latest candidates to emerge as possible bidders for Polygram Filmed Entertainment.
In another frenetic frame in the overseas wickets, "Godzilla," "Armageddon," "Lethal Weapon 4" and "City of Angels" collectively harvested more than $38 million internationally last weekend, ensuring…
Holt McCallany has been cast in Fox's Brad Pitt/Edward Norton starrer "The Fight Club," which is being helmed by David Fincher.
Undeterred by Asia's current economic crisis, Nickelodeon, the U.S.-based service aimed at children, said it would launch satellite TV channels later this year to serve Japan and the Philippines.
Country music maestro Gaylord Entertainment is planning a $300 million hotel-entertainment complex for the Orlando area, the company announced Monday.
Sony Corp.'s hopes of a James Bond franchise were probably shaken, not stirred, after Monday's legal hearing.
Isao Matsuoka, chairman of Japanese major Toho Co., will receive the lifetime achievement award at the CineAsia movie convention in Hong Kong in December.
In a week marred by structural disaster in Times Square, Broadway grosses were down an understandably high $707,621, with the total take of $10,294,570.