No criminal charges will be filed in the death of actor Brandon Lee, who was shot on a movie set with a gun that was supposed to fire only blanks.
Twentieth Century Fox has moved Michael London into a more visible position within the studio's film unit, upping him to executive vice president of production.
Warner Bros.' "The Fugitive" ran away from its competition over the Labor Day weekend, as the film proved its legs by earning more than three times as much as its nearest competitor.
Murder charges were filed Tuesday against the rap singer known as Snoop Doggy Dogg and two companions, prosecutors said.
'Chocolate' Up 31% After six months, Mexico's "Like Water for Chocolate" is showing remarkable staying power, with a hefty weekend jump on only 129 screens.
Faced with widespread rumors questioning Phil Donahue's continued commitment to his long-running syndicated talkshow, Multimedia Entertainment Tuesday announced that several stations have renewed the…
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Robert Meyers, the former prexy of Orion Pictures Intl., has been tapped as the new prexy and CEO of feature distrib Odyssey Entertainment Ltd., it was announced Tuesday by Odyssey's parent outfit…
Broadcast trade organizations Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to affirm a lower court's ruling upholding the constitutionality of a law requiring cable operators to carry most TV stations.
After three years manacled to his debt and under the watchful eyes of banks, Rupert Murdoch seems to have broken free to roam the world doing what he loves best -- making deals.