Beating out two majors and a large indie, Island World ended a hectic five-day bidding war by acquiring Robert Kuhn's script "The Cure" late Wednesday for a reported $ 1 million cash.
Orion Pictures Corp.'s year-end fiscal results show that life after Chapter 11 bankruptcy makes for a great-looking balance sheet.
Canadian-based John Labatt Entertainment is backing a new production company, Industrial Arts, based in Los Angeles and New York.
The seventh annual American Film Institute-sponsored Los Angeles International Film Festival kicks off tonight with the restored version of the 1961 epic "El Cid."
Multimedia Motion Pictures is quietly stepping up its longform production activity, with a dozen hours ordered and at least 30 more in development at broadcast and cable networks.
Universal's "The War" got a major escalation this week with Kevin Costner agreeing to take a supporting role in the film, playing a Vietnam vet returning home from the war.
Paramount Communications announced Tuesday it has moved its fiscal year-end and taken a sizable charge against earnings for its latest quarter.
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Larry Kasanoff, one of the partners and masterminds behind the Lightstorm Entertainment multi-pic scheme, has ankled the company, throwing into question the future of the global enterprise once…