Westminster City Council has officially confirmed its ban on David Cronenberg's "Crash," which means the sex 'n' wrecks movie cannot be screened in London's West End cinemas.
Warm weather lured many people away from their favorite syndicated TV shows during the week ended May 11.
On Broadway, "lobby" is still a place to spend intermission. While legit producers and their press agents aren't above working the phones or heating up the fax machine to remind Tony Award voters of…
Spelling Entertainment Group Inc. named exec veepee Peter Bachmann president, formalizing Bachmann's role in the day-to-day management of the company. Spelling is 75% owned by Viacom Inc.
The folks at Twentieth TV and ABC are giving partial credit for the network's renewal of the David E. Kelley-produced drama "The Practice" to a grassroots Internet campaign to save the show
Viacom Inc. is planning to open five Nickeleodeon-themed retail stores later this year, highlighting the entertainment conglomerate's moves to beef up its licensing revenues by opening its own retail…
Leonard Klady: Gross Behavior
Environmentalists opposed to DreamWorks' Playa Vista project have called for a boycott of the Steven Spielberg-directed "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and its product tie-ins.
DreamWorks has optioned Frederick Busch's latest novel, "Girls," for writer-director-producer Gary David Goldberg to adapt, produce and possibly helm for the nascent studio.
UCLA's Royce Hall, closed since the Northridge earthquake of 1994, will reopen April 15, 1998, with the world premiere of a collaboration between theater designer Robert Wilson and composer Philip…
The MGM Telecommunications Group, foreign TV sales arm of the studio, has tapped James Hurlock VP, sales planning and business development for the Asia Pacific region.