After every major Hollywood studio has passed, word comes that "Lolita," directed by Adrian Lyne from the controversial Vladimir Nabokov novel, may land in the lap of Trimark Pictures.
E! Entertainment Television today will announce phase one of its strategy to broaden and increase its entertainment news coverage.
The main competition jury for the 11-day Locarno Intl. Film Festival doled out gongs to relatively few films on Sunday, lending credence to reports that several members were dissatisfied with the…
CBS News today is expected to name Michael Rubin executive producer of its new Bryant Gumbel-hosted newsmagazine.
Renowned poet, author and playwright Maya Angelou will try her hand behind the camera for the first time when she directs "Down in the Delta" for Showtime, a family drama that begins production July…
Marc Wolf, who has been with Di Novi Pictures since early April, has been named VP of development at the company. He is responsible for identifying and acquiring properties for the company. Di Novi…
The race continues to see which entertainment company will pull the trigger on the first Aldrich Ames feature. Fox 2000 seems to have a leg up so far.
Movie studios continued to pace the upfront ad sales market Friday, booking much of their ad business for the fall season along with automakers.
Tom Schulman summed up a central message that panelists brought to a first-of-its-kind writers conference in Santa Monica: "Fight."
PrimeTime 24, a satellite programming service that sells network signals to DirecTV's DBS subscribers, filed an antitrust suit Friday against ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, their affiliate groups and the…
Granada is set to unveil a top level management shake-up that will include the early retirement of chief exec Steve Morrison, who has been with the ITV company for nearly three decades.