Despite a ticket-and-staffing boycott by NBC, CBS and Fox Broadcasting Co., Academy of Television Arts & Sciences officials don't anticipate any negative impact on the Primetime Emmy Awards show…
The heirs of singer Barbara Luddy have sued the Walt Disney Co. for not paying her or her estate a share of the revenue from video sales of 11 films.
Retailers who were relieved at Garth Brooks' apparent backpedaling on his stand against used compact discs might start worrying again.
As Ted Turner's acquisition of New Line Cinema and Castle Rock Entertainment moves closer to completion, Turner Entertainment Networks president Scott Sassa, 34, has emerged as the key executive in…
Atlantis Films Ltd. is continuing its headlong push into U.S. production, with the Canadian outfit adding several made-for-cable movies and a series version of the popular feature "My Life as a Dog"…
In the face of sharp criticism, 20th Century Fox Studios has dropped its backing of state legislation that would protect its planned $ 200 million Century City expansion from lawsuits.
American Playhouse president Lindsay Law announced Friday promotions and expanded responsibilities for international director Sandra Schulberg and production executive Nicholas Gottlieb.
Magic Johnson wants to dazzle audiences again. But instead of a basketball court, he will use an inner-city movie house as his stage.
Rank Film Distributors has made good on its promise to pay big money for big films by snapping up all U.K. rights to Rob Reiner's $ 50 million "North" and Frank Darabont's $ 35 million "Rita Hayworth…
Documentary filmmaker Barbara Leibovitz received the Roy W. Dean Film Grant Award last week at the Directors Guild.