Rounding up the usual suspects for another episode of "The X-Files" means that --- more often than not --- the most UNusual usual suspects will come out of the dark.
Britain's Channel 4 has formed its first international co-financing alliance with Australian feevee moviecaster the Premium Movie Partnership, which operates the Showtime and Encore channels.
Personal manager and Red Ant Records prexy Randy Phillips has filed a $5 million lawsuit against MCA/Universal claiming he was made prexy of MCA Records only to have the post withdrawn when the…
A 24-hour grievance strike by a technical union left ABC unable to cover a major golf tournament Saturday, the first preemption based on a work stoppage in the network's history.
One day after complaining to Congress about cable programmers' attempts to hoard sports programming, EchoStar CEO Charlie Ergen filed papers at the Federal Communications Commission alleging that…
In a frame in which debutantes "The Peacemaker" and "A Life Less Ordinary" failed to set the U.K. box office afire, the most interesting battle was in France between a bunch of unemployed British…
Yugoslavia's first multiplex could be opening its doors in Belgrade as early as July 1998, developed jointly by U.S. operators Golden Ring Entertainment (GRE), which runs Moscow's successful Kodak…
"X" marks the spot. That's the thinking over at 20th Century Fox Licensing and Merchandising, where anything with an X on it is hot.
UPN is contemplating dividing its entertainment division into current programming and development teams for the first time, and the netlet is making a slew of personnel changes.
ASCAP has reached a settlement with religious broadcasters, thus breaking a logjam in Congress over legislation on copyrights for musical works published before 1978.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures