Universal Studios Home Video has appointed Bruce Pfander, Andrew Kairey and Bill Clark to run its newly established executive office.
Showing no signs of flagging overseas, James Cameron's epic "Titanic" minted another $44.6 million in 48 territories outside North America last weekend -- the sixth consecutive frame in which its…
New York-based companies Zollo Prods. and River One Films have filed a lawsuit against Oscar-nominated director Curtis Hanson and tenpercentery UTA seeking damages in excess of $1 million.
Former actress Ethelreda Leopold, who appeared in a handful of Busby Berkeley-choreographed musicals of the mid-1930s, died Jan. 26 of pneumonia in North Hollywood. She was 80. Leopold began her…
Veteran sound mixers Rick Kline and Chris Carpenter have inked a deal with Universal Studios, forging a long-term exclusive agreement to provide their talents and services as a team for feature films.
The Big Apple is ground zero for the music business this week, with the centerpiece being tonight's Grammy Awards ceremony.
Canal Plus is going digital in Poland by the end of the summer, Lew Rywin, President of Canal Plus Polska announced in Warsaw Monday.
The Walt Disney Co. plans to sell off its 20% stake in Scandinavian Broadcasting System, a company that has a network of channels scattered across Western and Central Europe.
Barbie Stein, a casting director for theater, TV and film, died Feb. 6 of heart failure in San Francisco. She was 40.
Twentieth Century Fox has struck a deal with author-journalist Michael Lewis to pen a screenplay based upon his original idea for a Silicon Valley-based thriller.
A Paris appeals court may have saved Gallic utilities giant Compagnie Generale des Eaux (CGE) about $3.5 billion on Friday. The court upheld a previous October decision which says that CGE will not…
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