Bo Diddley, Paul Robeson, the Mills Bros. and Roy Orbison have been named recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Assn. of Recording Arts & Sciences.
John Wells, executive producer of TV's top-rated series, "ER," is developing six new series for NBC next season, and his year-old company, John Wells Prods., has taken its first steps into feature…
New Line Television and Warner Bros.' syndie arm are teaming for the first time on a firstrun syndie hour based on the "Mortal Kombat" franchise.
"Kiss the Girls" star Ashley Judd has kissed goodbye the six-figure salary mark, scoring a low seven-figure payday to co-star with Ewan McGregor in the psychological thriller "Eye of the Beholder," a…
Garth Brooks' "Sevens" was the bestselling album in the nation for the third consecutive week. More than 528,000 copies of the Capitol Nashville disc went home with consumers, bringing the three-week…
The 2,819-seat Bushnell Theater in Connecticut's capital city will open a second, $25 million venue next door in January 2000, just in time for the 70th anniversary of the opening of the first…
Shawn Hopkins has signed on as vice president of production at Andrew Lazar's Mad Chance Prods., where she'll be responsible for shepherding projects already in the film company's pipeline as well as…
Buena Vista Pictures Marketing has upped Jim Gallagher to VP of creative film services and named John Sabel as VP of creative print, the Mouse division announced Tuesday.
Last year's record $5.76 billion domestic box office was bested Saturday, with the weekend momentum of "Scream 2" taking the year's gross to $5.8 billion.
Larry Lamattina is ankling his post as president and CEO of All American/Fremantle Television Group following the buyout last month of All American by British media conglom Pearson.
Pamela Oas Williams and Leonard Goldstein have been named directors of drama development at Warner Bros. TV, reporting to Steve Pearlman, senior VP of drama development.
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