President Clinton on Saturday challenged the entertainment industry to join his crusade against drug use among children by refusing to portray "warped images" of narcotics as cool.
Making a great movie about baseball is as elusive an art as hitting a home run, but Paramount and Woody Harrelson think they have found the perfect story in former Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee.
Universal TV and Fox Broadcasting Co. have inked a talent holding deal with Moon Zappa and are developing a sitcom for her that will be considered for fall 1998.
A&E has passed the magic 70 million mark in subscriber households, joining an exclusive club of cable networks to have achieved the penetration figure (including ESPN, CNN, TNT, TBS, C-SPAN, USA…
Buena Vista Intl. senior veep and general manager Larry Kaplan and distribution veep Anthony Marcoly will be lauded as CineAsia distributors of the year at the event's fourth annual opening-night…
Broadening his role in the film business, Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage and his production banner Saturn Films have struck a deal with 20th Century Fox to produce "Tom Slick: Monster Hunter,"…
Jeffrey Freedman has been named director of business affairs for the Paramount Motion Picture Group.
Earvin (Magic) Johnson has signed a deal with Big Entertainment to develop children's books and kidvid fare.
The 16th annual Vancouver Intl. Film Festival wrapped Sunday after two weeks, during which 285 features and shorts were unspooled for the biggest-ever fest audience --- more than 120,000.
Paramount's "Kiss the Girls" held on tight to the box office title for a second consecutive week, relegating Mandalay and Sony's Brad Pitt starrer "Seven Years in Tibet" to the No. 2 spot.
CBS parent Westinghouse Electric Corp. received the long-awaited IRS approval to spin off its industrial businesses Friday, putting the restructuring on track to occur by the end of the year.