By mid-July, Arnold Schwarzenegger will be in front of the cameras on James Cameron's "True Lies," an action-comedy that will be positioned as 20th Century Fox's summer tentpole release Stateside in…
Stephanie Hodge, who's starring in the CBS-Columbia Pictures TV pilot "Muddling Through," will exit the NBC-Disney series "Nurses" at the end of this season.
The Los Angeles Times and MovieFone announced Monday an exclusive arrangement to jointly market movie listings and ticketing services to the Southern California market.
Former "Entertainment Tonight" exec producer David Nuell has a new job. He has landed at Time Telepictures Television, where he will develop firstrun programming under an exclusive multiyear deal.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. will pay 185 billion yen ($ 1.67 billion) to Philips Electronics NV to take full ownership of Matsushita Electronics Corp. , a venture the companies launched in…
Since Conan O'Brien has few straight answers about his planned NBC late night show, he stuck to the funny ones Monday.
The Russian parliament has enacted comprehensive copyright reform legislation providing significant new anti-piracy protection for films, videos and music.
Combined revenues of the nation's television and radio broadcasters fell in 1991 while those of the cable TV industry rose, according to a Commerce Dept. survey.
A pipe bomb was found Monday in the parking lot of A&M Records and was safely detonated by a bomb squad, police said.
CBS Entertainment is developing a syndicated magazine show based on the Eye Web's hit series "48 Hours," according to industry sources.