MGM's "The Lover," MCA/Alliance's "Raise the Red Lantern" and MCA/Universal's "Sneakers" were among titles seized by Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers during an authorized raid of a Toronto…
Composer and lyricist Kay Swift, one of the first successful American female songwriters, died yesterday.
Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland has asked the Los Angeles Superior Court to consolidate and put on a fast track suits the bank and MGM filed against the studio's former owner, Kirk Kerkorian and his…
Roberta Segel, widow of former Reed Publishing U.S.A. chairman Ronald Segel, was honored last night by the Concern Foundation for Cancer Research and Hebrew U. of Jerusalem.
New Line Cinema Corp. had a terrific run on Wall Street yesterday on an upbeat analyst report. The indie's stock climbed 7.2% to close at $ 14.875 with some 485,000 shares trading hands, a tremendous…
The ERAS Center is one of the three charities Army Archerd chose to benefit from Daily Variety's Salute to recognize the model community center's important services in helping 48,000 children.
Tonight Daily Variety columnist Army Archerd will be honored at a charity benefit at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for his 40 years writing the pillar Just For Variety.
Warner Bros. has inked an exclusive licensing agreement with Tyco Toys, under which New Jersey-based Tyco will market a wide range of children's products using Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs…
Disney is offering moviegoers a special three-month rebate promotion and discounts on products associated with "Aladdin" to keep up the boxoffice momentum on the highest-grossing animated film ever.
Time Warner announced yesterday that it will redeem about 20 million of the remaining shares, or about $ 1.1 billion, of its series D 11% convertible exchangeable preferred stock.