New Line Cinema's preem for the Sandra Bullock-Chris O'Donnell starrer "In Love and War" on Monday night will benefit the Artists Rights Foundation. The preem already has raised more than $100,000…
Mary Tyler Moore, last seen on television as a co-star on the short-lived CBS series "New York News," re-turns to the tube in a recurring role on the NBC comedy "The Naked Truth" (which premiered…
Ellen DeGeneres has jumped percenteries for the second time in less than a year to join Creative Artists Agency for representation in both film and TV, the agency confirmed Thursday.
In its first clear capitulations to viewer backlash against its dropping of networks from a cable-system lineup, Tele-Communications Inc. has agreed to reinstate A&E and the Nashville Network to its…
American Cybercast, the Marina del Rey-based company that pioneered Websodics with "The Spot," has re-organized under a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Video piracy in South Africa is costing members of the Motion Picture Assn., Holly-wood's powerful lobbying arm, some $12 million a year, according to a report being prepared by the U.S. trade…
The Jan. 18 screening of "Love God" at the Sundance Film Festival will mark the first time a feature shot on video and transferred to 35mm film will unspool at the event.
Martin Donovan, Richard Schiff, Joanna Going, Patrick Malahide and newcomer Danny Edwards are set to star in filmmaker Scott Reynolds's "Heaven" for Dimension Films.
Former Coral Pictures prexy German Perez Nahim has rounded up a team of Venezuelan TV veterans to form SkyQuest Television, which is prepping a telenovela for a March shoot.
Dick Clark is again tossing his hat into the gameshow hosting ring, agreeing to front the new half-hour va-riety/gameshow strip "It Takes Two" that premieres March 10 at 4 p.m. on cable's Family…