Miramax Films has announced that screenwriter Linda Woolverton has been hired to adapt "A Wrinkle in Time."
International film and TV animation corporation Lumiere has reorganized its sales and business development wings with a series of promotions and transfers. This follows the departure in June of…
The Dallas Motion Picture Classification Board has seen its last picture show. After more than two hours of debate, the City Council voted 9-6 to do away with the local ratings system and the…
Lindemann Entertainment Group and Foxboro Entertain-ment are producing "Getting In," a dark comedy starring Kristy Swanson, Andrew McCarthy, Stephen Mailer and Dave Chappelle.
Walt Disney Studios prez Richard Frank has again been elected president of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, this time with what promises to be expanded influence over the Acad through…
MGM/UA Home Video's "A Fistful of Dollars" gunned down an R "for violence" and 20th Century Fox's "The Beverly Hillbillies" strummed up a PG for "some off-color humor," according to the 1,281st…
Paramount Pictures' romantic comedy "I.Q." has become a high-priority project , and will most likely go before the cameras as early as October, with Fred Schepisi now attached to direct, sources…
Jamie Lee Curtis has been cast opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in James Cameron's "True Lies," which is skedded to start production Aug. 26, it was confirmed Wednesday.
Ted Turner has agreed to buy Castle Rock Entertainment for $ 100 million worth of Turner Broadcasting stock. The tentative pact comes just as the cable mogul is "very close" to wrapping a deal with…
Ted Turner's planned new cable network, Turner Classic Movies, has bought exclusive rights to 300 Paramount theatrical pictures made between 1948 and the mid-'80s.
Overseas results of "The Fugitive" will be included in Warner Bros.' year-end international box office total, contrary to what was reported Wednesday. "The Nanny" and "South of Sunset" are the two…