Twentieth Century Fox-based indie producer Paul Schiff and "Indecent Proposal" screenwriter Amy Holden Jones are jointly developing a contemporary remake of Henry Hathaway's 1953 suspenser "Niagara,"…
The Nevada Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing today on an appeal by families of two Sparks, Nev., men who shot themselves after listening to alleged suicide messages in a Judas Priest record.
A woman arrested seven times for trespassing on David Letterman's property has made another visit.
The 17th edition of the Cleveland Intl. Film Festival wrapped with a 22% increase in attendance -- or 22,000 customers during the 11-day event.
Michele Lee will stay tied up at CBS after her 14-year run in "Knots Landing" with a commitment to star in and produce a new series for the network.
The latest entrant to the multimedia market, 3DO Inc., was a tremendous hit with investors on Tuesday, which puts an enormous stamp of approval on this new market.
Josh Mankiewicz has been named a correspondent on Fox Broadcasting Co.'s planned prime time news magazine, having most recently been a political reporter at local Disney-owned station KCAL-TV.
Director Gary Nelson's name was wrong in Tuesday's review of "NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies: The Return of Ironside."
The Independents Showcase has rounded up 14 films for its second marketing presentation at Cannes, up from an inaugural six features represented last year at the market.
A federal judge has ordered ESPN to rehire a former secretary who was fired six years ago after refusing to accept a demotion when her boss's job was eliminated.
New World Intl.'s Ray Donahue has ended his tenure as vice president of sales and acquisitions to become an in-house producer. He's signed a non-exclusive production deal with the indie.