Melvin Simon Prods. Inc. has sued Viacom Intl. Inc. for allegedly consistently being late on making quarterly payments under a 1978 distribution deal.
Allegations of sexual harassment have been made against playwright Israel Horovitz by six actresses and staff members involved with Massachusetts' Gloucester Stage Company, according to a story in…
A judge refused to throw out a claim of sexual harassment against the star and co-star of "The Wonder Years" but dismissed a claim against a third actor Wednesday.
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The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has reached an agreement in principle on a below-the-line contract for James Cameron's new big-budget action film, "True Lies."
Nancy McLeod Perkins has been named VP, casting, at Universal TV, overseeing casting for all series and pilots.
Rep. John Bryant (D-Texas) on Wednesday offered legislation directing the FCC to set standards for reducing the level of TV violence.
Robert Urich has ended a longtime association with agent Merritt Blake to move over to International Creative Management, sources said Wednesday.
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein may partner with a political opposite on a musical copyright bill. Democrat Feinstein and fellow Senate copyright subcommittee member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) are…
A Senate committee Wednesday expressed outrage over allegations that Internal Revenue Service employees have been snooping through the computerized tax returns of friends, relatives and celebrities.
The Hollywood Madam saga took another sordid swipe at the film industry Wednesday as police arrested producer/director Ivan Nagy on charges of running his own call-girl ring for clients in the biz.
Blockbuster Entertainment Co. has come under fire over its commanding stake in Spelling Entertainment. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based video-rental and music chain was hit by a suit from minority…