A year after everything seemed to conspire against the webs' fall launches -- a later-than-usual Summer Olympics, a tight presidential campaign and the usual round of baseball playoff disruptions on…
Advocates of shrinking the Screen Actors Guild's board from 107 to 62 and giving Hollywood a thin majority have run out of patience with SAG leaders and will take the issue directly to members.
Intent on making "Shrek" one of the biggest VHS and DVD titles ever, DreamWorks has created 11 hours of extra material to go with the 90-minute film on a double-disc DVD version, including 15 minutes…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Oscar-winning writer Frank R. Pierson has been elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Aside from its new execs, the Academy is getting ready for another big change -- its move to the Hollywood-based Kodak Theater, which will hold the 2002 Academy Awards.
New Line is the distributor on “Rush Hour 2.” Information was incorrect in Wednesday’s paper.
Artists Management Group partner Rick Yorn has agreed to pay $610,000 to settle a lawsuit filed in connection with the bankruptcy of the Cassandra Group, the investment firm of disgraced money…
Former AFI Festival director and Slamdance Film Festival co-founder Jon Fitzgerald has set up the laffer "Criminal Procedure" at Tom Pollock and Ivan Reitman's Montecito Picture Co.
Judging from the list of nominees in the visual effects Emmy race, creating computer-graphic dinosaurs and state-of-the-art digital spaceships may be the easiest way to reach f/x nirvana.
Cablers Showtime and CNN are the recipients of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 2001 Governors' Award, which will be presented at the Creative Arts Awards ceremony Sept. 8 at the Pasadena…