"Anger Management" remained the box office rage with an estimated gross of $25.6 million in its soph session, easily topping the Easter weekend. Sony/Revolution's comedy declined an acceptable 39%…
A majority of Indian movie distribbers had agreed to a compromise with producers that allowed for a six- to nine-month gap before new Bollywood pics are sold to cable or homevideo.
Fears about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and World Health Organization travel advisories kept some industryites away from the prize-giving at the Hong Kong Intl. Film Festival Thursday…
A tiny Teutonic pic is quietly upstaging Hollywood blockbusters and goosing local filmmakers.
Like the Oscars and the Super Bowl, next month's second season finale of Fox's "American Idol" is shaping up to be the sort of mega-event that causes competing nets to seek cover.
The bankrupt Kirch broadcasting empire continues to unravel, with one of the last parts finding new owners April 16.
What a difference a play makes. Not long ago, a starry revival of a Chekhov classic was the West End norm, surrounded by a bracing new play or two and the usual brigade of musicals.
For several years distribs have been scratching their heads, wondering how to release Mexican and other Latino films in the U.S. market. Various films have been released. Most sank without a trace.
Restoring "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" was no easy feat, especially since the Bad wasn't available and the Good and the Ugly had different schedules.
Romania's TV watchdog, the National Audio-Visual Council (CNA), is cleaning up the airwaves, forcing broadcasters to cut violence and explicit sex from programming -- but chopsocky movies are the…
Broadway numbers sprung forward in Week 45 (April 7-13), rising 7% to $13,229,912.