It was a Good Friday and a good holiday week for most syndicated strips, which rebounded from a prolonged post-February sweeps ratings depression in the measurement period ended April 3.
The above-the-line troops at Paramount Pictures were rallied during a reception Wednesday for newly installed Viacom Entertainment Group chairman Jonathan Dolgen.
Columbia Pictures' "City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold" rode its way to a PG-13 rating, while "bizarre gender-related humor" helped Buena Vista's androgynous comedy "It's Pat" earn a PG-13…
Despite pronouncements from competitors that "The Crusaders" is dead, Buena Vista Television Wednesday confirmed that it will go ahead with a second season of the rookie weekly newsmag.
Shake, rattle & roll: Depending on how you look at it, Sony Electronic Publishing and ABC News Interactive, together with multimedia developer Haukom Associates, have either the best timing or the…
An A-list assembly of studio execs, filmmakers and Hollywood lawyers are set to square off in the upcoming Intl. Artist Rights Symposium, in what may be the first open dialogue on the "moral" issues…
The director of "Best Seller," the writer of New Line's 1991 feature "Queens Logic," and a "Homicide" co-executive producer have all signed with the United Talent Agency.
Matt Saver, former chief operating officer of James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment, has returned to private law practice and has become of counsel to entertainment firm Myman, Abell, Fineman…
Ella Fitzgerald, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas will receive honorary doctorates May 6 during the 111th commencement ceremonies at the University of Southern California.
A state assembly bill that would prohibit "disruptive activity" on film sets has drawn the ire of some of Hollywood's most powerful unions as a potentially labor-quashing piece of legislation.