An item last week about an anti-AIDS psa directed by Martin Scorsese (VARIETY, Feb. 11) misstated when it was aired. It ran last summer.
An article regarding Boston’s legit season (VARIETY, Feb. 11) incorrectly identified two productions in negotiation for dates at the Wang Center for the Performing Arts. “A Chorus Line” and “Hair” are in negotiations, while “Jesus Christ Superstar” did in fact play the Wang for a week last October.
Buena Vista holds the record for most prints out from one studio at the same time, not Universal (VARIETY, Jan. 11). Universal, which had 6,109 prints out simultaneously in January 1990, is well behind front runner Buena Vista, which shattered its own record by playing on 7,411 screens the first weekend of August 1990, besting its previous first place of 7,102 screens for the weekend of July 20 to 22 of the same year.
A story about Warner Bros, acquiring a clutch of foreign rights to Roland Joffe’s “City Of Joy” (VARIETY, Feb. 11) improperly identified the film’s stars. They are Patrick Swayze, Pauline Collins and Art Malik. A quote attributed to WB v.p.- Europe was incomplete. He said the film, about an American doctor in Calcutta, is the kind of picture “which often cannot be made easily by a major studio.”