A tribute to the late James Coburn will mark the launch of the inaugural Intl. Student Film Festival Hollywood, set for Sept. 3 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Universal's "American Wedding" rang box office bells in its opening weekend, chiming in with an estimated $34.3 million to lead a solid, if not spectacular, frame.
Film biz pundits have been so obsessed with the recent headaches of DreamWorks and Paramount that the studios' newfound love affair has pretty much gone unnoticed.
California's fight against runaway production has taken another bullet. Amid cuts aimed to narrow the state's $38 billion budget deficit, the California Film Commission's 2003-04 funding was slashed…
Arnie just can't pull the plug quite yet.
Vet Hollywood marketing exec Blaise Noto, a former exec VP at Paramount and Sony, has opened a Maui-based company specializing in strategies for entertainment marketing, publicity and special events.
With the summer season entering its home stretch, an oddball pair of hard-to-define R-rated comedies seek to strike sparks at the box office this weekend.
Paramount is in negotiations with Oscar winners Susan Sarandon and Marisa Tomei to star opposite Jude Law in its as-yet-untitled remake of "Alfie."
Hollywood can forget about the prospect of Gov. Schwarzenegger. The thesp has thrown in the towel on a run in the upcoming Oct. 7 recall election, Republican Party spokesman Rob Stutzman said…
The already-shaky outlook for the California Film Commission worsened Tuesday as state legislators hammered out a compromise 2003-04 budget to close the state's $38 billion deficit.
Another day, another denial that Arnold Schwarzenegger has pulled the plug on running for governor of California. The denial -- the second in five days -- came Monday from Schwarzenegger's political…