Walt Disney Theatricals’ “Aida” is expected to resume preview performances in Chicago Wednesday night after a technical calamity over the weekend resulted in slight injuries to the lead actors in this production of the Elton John-Tim Rice musical and the cancellation of Sunday’s performances.
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Director Simon West moved from the video/commercial world to studio features and responded with two hits in “Con Air” and “The General’s Daughter,” which each grossed $100 million domestically. Now, he hopes to bank on that track record to make two films he has dreamed of directing for 30 years.
Liberty Media Group reported a third-quarter net loss of $217 million, compared to $1.3 billion in profits a year ago, the media conglom said Monday.
Scribes Greg DePaul and Hank Nelken are on a winning track, selling their pitch “May The Best Man Win” to MGM.
Spelling Television has tapped former Alliance Communications creative affairs veep Ted Gold as veepee, series development.
Broadcasters will begin showing their cards at the FCC today when, for the first time, it begins accepting applications to own two stations in the same market.
Destination Films has preemptively taken North American rights to the Neverland Films- produced movie “Cowboy Up.”
Shows that close and then quickly reappear on Broadway usually leave some participants whistling a less monied tune.
European Union Cinema Day on Tuesday will feature a series of initiatives to help bolster local filmmaking.
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Staged for the first time in Berlin, the Bambi Awards, Germany’s oldest media prizes, honored artists as diverse as Whitney Houston and Jean Paul Gaultier, who were both on hand to collect the golden Bambi trophies Saturday.