March came in like a lamb as Warner Bros.' "Falling Down" continued to rise above a pack that included five new major openings.
Lawyers for Uruguayan best foreign-film submission "A Place in the World" were denied a temporary restraining order by U.S. district court judge A. Andrew Hauk Friday. However, all due speed was…
"There are about eight people who are really important in the area of project financing," observed Nigel Sinclair of the entertainment law firm of Sinclair Tenenbaum & Co. "They are the one or two…
The Samuel Goldwyn Co. has acquired U.S. distribution rights on "Baraka," the 70mm non-narrative visual tone poem that was awarded the International Critics Prize at last fall's Montreal Film…
Miramax Films has acquired all U.S. rights to the U.K.-Canada co-production "Camilla" in a deal inked at the American Film Market.
A fascinating footnote of Second World War Nazi Germany is trivialized and sanitized in Hollywood Pictures' odd concoction of music and politics known as "Swing Kids." Apart from its appealing young…
David Marconi, writer/director of Arrow Entertainment's upcoming release "The Harvest," has signed to write a political thriller for Hollywood Pictures-based Simpson-Bruckheimer Prods.
Warner Bros' "Falling Down" exceeded all expectations, rational and otherwise , to emerge as the weekend box office leader with a reported $ 8,724,454 from 1, 220 screens.
Lillian Gish, the china doll icon of seven decades of cinema, died Saturday in her Manhattan home. The much acclaimed actress was 99, though some biographical reports list her birthdate as 1896.
There was no hint of a stumble as Warner Bros' "Falling Down" ascended to the top of the movie-going charts in its debut weekend.