The American Federation of Musicians Local 802 on Thursday ratified an agreement with the League of American Theaters and Producers -- exactly four months after the union announced it would need just…
After intense jockeying by nearly every major film studio, 20th Century Fox has won the right to finance and distribute "The Beach," the next film from U.K.-based Figment Films, for which Leonardo…
Veteran TV producer Jay Wolpert has been tapped as exec producer of Pearson Television's upcoming syndie revival of "Match Game."
Rupert Murdoch, who has failed twice to buy into Silvio Berlusconi's TV empire, is now holding talks with Italy telco Telecom Italia.
Brimming with confidence following his legal victory over the Hollywood studio system that he so despises, Francis Ford Coppola is once again plotting to revive his prototype indie film studio…
NOTICE SOMETHING AWRY about the reception to this year’s fusillade of summer pictures? Each of the vaunted, effects-laden megapics has arrived amid a buzz of controversy among critics and “civilians”…
The entertainment industries are another step closer to their goal of U.S. ratification of two digital copyright treaties after the House Commerce Committee approved changes to U.S. law to bring it…
CBS is close to a deal to buy the U.S. rights to a new four-hour $17 million miniseries on the life of Jesus after LUX, the producer, ended negotiations with TNT, which had spent the last year…
"JAG" and "Quantum Leap" creator Donald P. Bellisario is developing a new one-hour series for Paramount Network TV called "Dreamland," the producer said Friday.
Christopher Pawlak has been elevated to veepee of creative advertising at 20th Century Fox. It's his third promotion since joining Fox in 1990.
New Line Cinema made a preemptive purchase worth low- against mid- to high-six figures for "Little Green Men," the new Random House novel by Christopher Buckley.