Hollywood went north to Marin County over the weekend for the grand opening of the Rafael Film Center, the centerpiece of San Rafael's rapidly revitalizing downtown.
There's a renaissance of sorts going on in and around Palm Springs, and for the first time in decades, Hollywood is recognizing the utter coolness of the desert.
Using the Venice Film Festival as a springboard, "Saving Private Ryan" launched its foreign campaign last weekend with dazzling debuts in the U.K., Brazil, Mexico and four other territories.
Sony Signatures has announced an ambitious licensing and marketing campaign for the launch of "Stuart Little," signaling the family film's positioning as Sony's flagship holiday film for 1999.
Let the invasion begin: the "Animorphs" are arriving. Scholastic Entertainment, whose "Animorphs" are coming to Nickelodeon's primetime lineup this fall, is broadening the reach of the popular sci-fi…
Entertainment companies have started looking at the Internet as a new medium to program, rather than a sort of online marketing effort that mainly serves to bolster interest in TV or movie fare.
Do Hollywood execs have a nose for upcoming talent, or do they merely cast a wide net, hoping that amid a huge catch they will blunder across the next hot thing? A rhetorical question, you may say…
Although it might seem at first glance as though most of the entertainment-based merchandise aimed at children these days is tied in to the latest super-hero or animated feature film franchise, in…
Variety, the paper of record for international showbiz, now has an offspring. Just as Variety covers entertainment around the world, from film and television to music to technology to legit, Variety…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures