How much is Don Ohlmeyer looking forward to the World Series? "Four and out, either way; the faster it's over with, the better," says NBC's West Coast president, clearly not a fan of either the…
As sales and distrib executives disgruntled by the chaotic state of affairs at the London Screenings arrived here Sunday for Mifed 1997, a sweet irony reared its head.
John Ridley, who wrote Oliver Stone's feature "U-Turn" from his own novel "Stray Dogs," has inked an exclusive high six-figure overall deal with Warner Bros. TV.
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CableVision has agreed to buy the smaller Mandeville Cable Partners for $515 million, and in the process has become Argentina's largest MSO.
Mandalay and Sony's horror pic "I Know What You Did Last Summer" stalked the top spot with a scary $16.1 million --- the second highest October opening ever. Regency and Warner Bros.' "Devil's…
Animation vet Maureen Donley has inked a two-year, exclusive producing deal, encompassing both animated and live action fare, with Fox Family Films.
Is Fine Line Features turning Ruth-less? The New Line arthouse division was powerfully in evidence at the London Screenings last week, with exec veepees Jonathan Weisgal and Mark Ordesky snooping…
Torsten Larsson, currently president and CEO of Svensk Filmindustri, has been appointed a senior vice president of Bonnier Media, the newly reorganized company formed by the 200-year-old Bonnier…
Mutual Film Co., formerly known as Cloud Nine Entertainment, announced Sunday a slate of major feature pics it will handle for international territories, including the remake of Alfred Hitchcock's…
What's scarier than horror movies? Lawsuits over horror movies.
India's censorship battles over "Kama Sutra" aren't over yet. After a protracted struggle with Indian censors (Daily Variety, Dec. 27, 1966), the English-lingo version of Mira Nair's "Kama Sutra" was…