The top-selling homevideo title of the year so far is one that didn't even play in movie theaters -- Disney's "The Lion King 1½."
After Oscar weekend left Santa Monica at ebb tide, American Film Market organizers unveiled details of its first fall market and new alliance with the AFI Fest. Whatever the Nov. 3-10 slot may mean…
Struggling French major Gaumont is reorganizing its management.
Pan European media group SBS Broadcasting posted its first annual bottom line net profit in its 13-year history in 2003 and chalked up surprising double-digit revenue growth despite an advertising…
If it's not snowstorms, then it's spring temperatures. Sixty-degree weather has sent New Yorkers out of the theaters and into the streets. Box office dropped an unseasonable $2,271,613, or 15.08%, to…
Dade Hayes has been named managing editor of Special Reports, it was announced by Editor-in-Chief Peter Bart.
Anna Marie De La Fuente is joining Variety and Daily Variety as chief Latin America writer, be based in the Los Angeles office.
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Before the Oscars on Sunday, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" looked like it might have enough tricks up its sleeve to reach $750 million overseas.
Gwyneth Paltrow, star of Paramount's upcoming "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow," will be honored at ShoWest 2004 with a special award for a "distinguished decade of achievement in film."
One year after tumbling to a record-low audience, a shiny "Ring" helped the Academy Awards on ABC rebound nicely in the Nielsens, with the kudocast again topping 40 million viewers.