"Due South," the comedy-action series about a Canadian Mountie patrolling the streets of Chicago, will see a third season this fall despite the absence of a Stateside broadcaster.
Tom Jacobson has signed on to produce Walt Disney's upcoming "Mighty Joe Young," joining producer Ted Hartley and director Ron Underwood in what will be one of the studio's "event" films of 1998.
Carlton Communications is believed to be considering a bid for Rank Film Distributors, after both Polygram and Pearson dropped out of the running to buy the famous British company in recent weeks.
Large-scale layoffs, outsourcing all non-news production, selling around A$345 million worth of property and quitting ventures in orchestras and overseas broadcasting - those are just some of the…
Peter Yates is set to direct an untitled romantic comedy for Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Quadra Entertainment starring James Spader, Michael Caine, Maggie Smith, Polly Walker, Buck Henry, Frank…
After its star Geoffrey Rush was feted by his new best friends at the Golden Globes, "Shine" finished the week as the exclusive box office champ - overthrowing last week's king, "Hamlet."
Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington will receive actor-of-the-year honors at ShoWest '97. The award will be presented March 6 in a live broadcast on TNT.
One month after the FCC announced its adoption of a standard for digital TV for the U.S., Mexico is in no rush to make its own decision about the medium - with adoption of the European standard a…
Mel Gibson, who took home two Oscars last year for directing and producing "Braveheart," will be a presenter on the 69th Academy Awards show.
E! Entertainment Television is likely to more or less retain its current programming focus and philosophy once the Walt Disney Co.'s bid to team with Comcast Corp. in a $320 million purchase of Time…