National Media Corp. decided Friday that ValueVision Intl.'s tender offer was too small and tossed it back, hoping a bigger fish will approach the direct marketer.
Tom Arnost has ankled after nine years as KTLA general sales manager to make the jump to Spanish-language TV.
Hollywood has bypassed a chance to seek immediate trade sanctions against the European Community over program quotas. Instead, the Clinton administration was asked Friday to keep the EC on a priority…
A minority group suing Walt Disney Attractions claims the company has inadequate goals for hiring minority contractors and workers.
Warner Bros.' box office weapon Steven Seagal directed himself to the top of the Presidents' Day weekend with an estimated $ 13.6 million with "On Deadly Ground."
Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant will star in "An Awfully Big Adventure," the latest movie from British director Mike Newell, which starts shooting March 3 in Dublin.
Producer Mark Damon has resolved his legal disputes with Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland and is moving forward with a multipicture slate to be produced and distributed through his Mark Damon Prods.
A combination of the Chinese New Year holidays, school vacations in Europe and hot new product sent the foreign box office skywards.
In yet another lawsuit filed against a successful pic, a few not-so-good Marines have charged the makers of "A Few Good Men" with pilfering their true story of hazing a young recruit.
Iconoclastic British director Derek Jarman, best known for such controversial homoerotic films as "Caravaggio,""Sebastiane" and "Edward II," has died of AIDS complications. He was 52.
Introvision, the visual/special-effects company that created the train wreck in "The Fugitive," has announced plans to produce its own slate of films, all of which will be shot entirely using the…