Unapix Films has picked up North American rights to writer-director Giuseppe Bertolucci's "Probably Love," set to begin lensing in Italy later this month.
ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor Dan Patrick on Wednesday signed a contract extension that will keep him attached to the sports cable net through the year 2004.
HBO has ordered 13 episodes of the new comedy series "Sex in the City," based on Candace Bushnell's comic exploration of sex and dating in New York City.
E! Entertainment Television will launch Estilo --- its first round-the-clock branded channel in Europe --- in a joint venture with Spain's Canal Satellite Digital (CSD).
The battle over the future of Westwood Village's prestigious movie market has taken a new turn that has observers scratching their heads and some local residents fuming.
Julia Roberts is set to star opposite Hugh Grant in the English romantic comedy currently known only as "The Notting Hill Project" from the creators of "Four Weddings and a Funeral."
The Latin Heat conference was jump-started Wednesday with an inspirational speech by Phoenix Pictures chairman Mike Medavoy, who reminded Latinos that their growing numbers represent real power in…
Broadcast Music Inc. has announced it will distribute royalties for the performance of music in cyberspace.
Seven consortia, including one involving French private TV network TF1 and another taking on board Canadian company United Television Intl., are in the bidding for South Africa's first private…
Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins, whose Tollin/Robbins Prods. is responsible for the ongoing Nickelodeon series "All That" and "Kenan & Kel," have extended its exclusive production partnership with the…