Former Dove Entertainment toppers Michael Viner and Deborah Raffin have formally announced the start of their new company, New Millennium Entertainment, a Beverly Hills-based company that will…
Natasha Lyonne ("Slums of Beverly Hills") has inked to star in "Confessions of a Trickbaby" for the Kushner-Locke Co.
Following its shedding of 80 staffers in early September, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has pruned Greg Foster, executive vice president of production, and Sarah Rose, Goldwyn Films U.S. vice president of…
Universal and DreamWorks joined forces to acquire screen rights to "While You Were Out," a Delacorte novel by first-time writer Linda Nichols that Gary David Goldberg will write and produce with Tom…
Stanley Tucci has inked to star with Omar Epps in the Miramax drama "In Too Deep," based on the true story of an undercover policeman who infiltrates a drug ring and gets lost in the underworld.
James Spader will star opposite Minnie Driver in the independent thriller “Slow Burn.” Christian Ford will direct the picture, which he wrote with Roger Soffer. In “Burn,” Driver plays Trina, a young…
In a patchy frame overseas, local films sparkled in Italy and Germany at the expense of "Small Soldiers"; BVI's "The Horse Whisperer" galloped in Japan; Sony's "The Mask of Zorro" ruled France; and…
Emily Torchia, a film publicist who worked at MGM during Hollywood’s Golden Age and served as a publicist until her retirement in 1980, died Oct. 7 of congestive heart failure at Daniel Freeman…
New Line's "Pleasantville" and Warner Bros.' "Practical Magic" were front-runners in the hotly contested weekend box office derby that many observers agreed was simply too close to call.
Hollywood likes 'em young. According to a new study commissioned by the Writers Guild of America, scribes in features and TV have grown steadily younger.
Restored versions of Robert Drew's "Primary" and "Crises: Behind a Presidential Commitment" will be shown at an invitation-only screening co-presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and…