Film Roman, producer of "Garfield" and animation for "The Simpsons," has acquired exclusive rights to develop and produce new animated programming based on the character of Felix the Cat.
Warner Bros. TV, MCA TV, Buena Vista TV and Group W Prods., already struggling through one of the most difficult pre-NATPE selling seasons, have crashed into another barrier: Katz TV is not…
"Schindler's List," Steven Spielberg's haunting and powerful film about a Nazi businessman's rescue of Jews during the Holocaust took honors for dramatic picture, director and motion picture…
"We never wanted to be a one-dimensional rock band," said Jerry Cantrell, guitarist for Alice in Chains. "I couldn't see parroting ourselves for 10 years."
Telly Savalas, TV's bald-pated, lollipop-chewing private detective "Kojak," died in his sleep Saturday in his suite at the Sheraton-Universal Hotel in Universal City the day after his 70th birthday.
Passage of anti-violence legislation could have a "devastating impact" on commercial broadcasters, Assn. of Independent Television Stations president Jim Hedlund warned Sunday.
Who is Tom Ricostranza? That's a question many at the Sundance Film Festival will be asking when Matty Rich's second film, "The Inkwell," has its world premiere Tuesday. Ricostranza, one of two…
Alfonso Cuaron, who just received a CableAce award for directing an episode of Showtime's "Fallen Angels" series, will direct Warner Bros.' feature "The Little Princess."
"Twin Peaks" alumna Madchen Amick has been cast as the femme lead in the caper comedy "It Happened in Paradise," which stars Nicolas Cage, Dana Carvey and Jon Lovitz, sources said Friday.
For the 12th year, Douglass M. Stewart Jr. will supervise the selection and assembly of film sequences for the Academy Awards. The event is skedded March 21 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and will…