Miramax Intl. has paid $300,000 for theatrical and homevideo rights to Paul Greengrass' "Theory of Flight" in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
No. 3 cabler US West Media Group will sever all ties to the US West telephone company and change its name to Media One Group, it said Monday.
Miramax Films has pulled off a spectacular British coup by forming a partnership with Channel 4's David Aukin and Colin Leventhal and former Miramax exec Trea Hoving to launch a major U.K. film…
Entertainer Michael Jackson's $100 million slander lawsuit against freelance writer Victor Gutierrez has been stalled because the defendant filed for bankruptcy protection.
Satellite programming companies are now looking for relief from Congress and the courts after the Librarian of Congress upheld Monday a panel's decision to effectively triple copyright fees charged…
Donner/Schuler-Donner, allied with sophomore writer Scott Abbott ("Walter Winchell"), has sold Touchstone on a pitch for a dramatic thriller loosely based on "The Count of Monte Cristo," Alexandre…
Those old faithfuls "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," "The Full Monty," "My Best Friend's Wedding" and "Air Force One" kept pay windows busy at cinemas overseas last weekend, while several new entries…
Ron Shapiro has been promoted to exec VP and G.M. of Atlantic Records. The new post recognizes the former publicist's contributions to successes by a diverse contingent of artists and an increased…
Filmmaker Spike Lee has composed a series of irreverent promotional spots for the Los Angeles Lakers to be carried by cablenet Fox Sports West, shooting them Monday inside the gymnasium at L.A…
Hollywood needs to butt out more often. That was the message Monday from California lawmakers and researchers at a state Senate Judiciary Committee hearing who complained that increased use of…
Federal prosecutors said Monday that they intend to retry former Carolco head Peter Hoffman on two criminal tax fraud counts that resulted in a hung jury earlier this month.
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