Former production exec Jon Cornick has joined Gallin/Morey Associates as a manager in the motion pic-ture and TV divisions.
The cumulative ratings of original movies on the Family Channel have fallen 8% so far in 1997. The number was wrong in Monday’s story. * * * Billy Crudup will next appear in Warner Bros.’ “Without…
"Pop" and "MmmBop" gave a lift to Polygram's financial results in the first half of 1997, but a lack of hit movies put a dent in the company's otherwise buoyant figures.
In keeping with its habit of shelling out big bucks for talent, Universal Pictures has offered Michelle Yeoh $1 million to star opposite Martin Lawrence in the buddy action/comedy "Confucius Brown,"…
Paramount Pictures and producers Gary Levinsohn and Mark Gordon's Mutual Film Co. have chosen a re-lease date and a new title for their Christian Slater/Morgan Freeman starrer, formerly known as "The…
Livent's $4.25 million revival of "Candide" is the latest casualty of Broadway's annual summer slim-down. The musical, directed by Harold Prince and starring Jim Dale and Andrea Martin, will close…
After months of contentious negotiations, Actors' Equity Assn. and the producers of the touring "State Fair" starring John Davidson have reached an agreement on a union contract.
Warner Bros. TV is preparing for the departure of chief drama developer Nina Tassler, who sources say is in talks for a job at CBS Prods.
Priority Records has upped Andrew Shack to senior VP of A&R in L.A. and has bumped Howard Sadow-sky to exec director of business and legal affairs. In addition to his continued A&R duties, Shack will…
The Senate Appropriations committee gave its blessing Tuesday to a $100 million budget in 1998 for the National Endowment for the Arts, taking the agency one step closer to fiscal security for at…