Twentieth Century Fox Intl. Television has entered into a multiyear output agreement with Warsaw-based broadcaster Polsat.
Michelle Pfeiffer and Bruce Willis are in late-stage talks to explore the ties that bind in Rob Reiner's romantic comedy "The Story of Us" for Castle Rock Entertainment.
Voyager Intl. Entertainment, a new entertainment company focusing on providing funding and support for indie projects, has launched in L.A. with satellite offices in Vancouver.
"As Bees in Honey Drown" has posted its notice. The Off Broadway comedy hit will shutter on Sunday after 392 performances at the Lucille Lortel Theater.
Move over Richard Dawson, Rose Marie and Charles Nelson Reilly -- there's a new group of TV-friendly panelists ready to play the upcoming syndie revival of "Match Game."
Lisa Cholodenko's "High Art" will open the 10th annual New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival at 8 p.m. tonight at the New School's Tishman Auditorium.
Exiting his longtime management and production companies, Sandy Gallin is taking his act to Las Vegas. He's been named chairman and CEO of Mirage Entertainment & Sports Inc., the entertainment arm of…
Encore Media Group has acquired 15 Jackie Chan films from Alpha Film and Video.
Fox's financial expectations from affiliates over its $4.4 billion NFL deal could generate fireworks between the network and its stations as affiliate meetings begin today in Los Angeles.
Australian cabler Foxtel looks set to launch some of its channels via satellite after outbidding rival Optus Vision for 50,000 set-top boxes in the homes of Australis Media's former subscribers.
Fox TV veteran Mitchell Stern has been promoted to chairman and CEO of Fox Television Stations (Daily Variety, June 3).