Bexy Communications Inc. has sued agent Phil Gersh and the Gersh Agency Inc. for allegedly failing to reveal that the late actor Anthony Perkins had AIDS before signing an agreement to host a…
Veteran publicist Henry Ehrlich has been nominated to be president of the Publicists Guild of America. Henri Bollinger, who served two five-year terms, has chosen not to run again.
Republic Pictures has appointed Blockbuster chairman H. Wayne Huizenga and vice chairman Steven Berrard to its board of directors and plans to revamp its stock structure.
Castle Rock Entertainment's "Amos & Andrew" and Universal's "Splitting Heirs" received PG-13s in the 1,255th bulletin from the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Classification & Rating Administration.
French theme park operator Euro Disney SCA said it expects to report a "substantial loss" for the year ending Sept. 30, despite an expected improvement in business during the second-half period.
Robert L. Brenner, entertainment attorney, died Wednesday in Los Angeles as a result of liver failure. He was 56.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has elected all women as its new Los Angeles officers.
John Steadman, vet character actor, died of a lung ailment Jan. 28 in Montrose. He was 83.
Paramount and Lucasfilm will seek to pull "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" out of its ratings cliffhanger by trumpeting a special guest for the ABC series' two-hour return: Harrison Ford…
Douglas Heyes, a writer and director whose TV and motion picture career spanned four decades, died Monday at his home in Beverly Hills of congestive heart failure. He was 73.