Two highly anticipated attractions opening here this week may speed the pace of gaming and entertainment convergence. Casino operators are betting Star Trek: The Experience, which opened to an…
Under Sony Pictures Entertainment president and chief operating officer John Calley, Sony's 1997 annum, to paraphrase its latest release, was as good as it ever gets in Hollywood.
More than 1,000 performances by film and TV actors are eligible for 1997 Screen Actors Guild awards, the union announced.
Big Bird now has a Chinese cousin. A Mandarin-language version of "Sesame Street," the long-running PBS kids show produced by Children's Television Workshop, will debut in China Feb. 2. "Zhima Jie"…
Charles Gibson, exec VP of Oscar-winning visual effects and animation studio Rhythm & Hues, has resigned from the company he helped found a decade ago. Rhythm & Hues officials said Gibson left the…
Completing a rare sweep of the country's three most prestigious critics groups, "L.A. Confidential" dominated the voting of the National Society of Film Critics, snaring the awards for best picture…
We all know about Hollywood's annual Christmas glut of movies, but this year the London stage offered up its own surfeit, opening a slew of major productions in the run-up to Christmas.
Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner promised shareholders Monday that the slump in ABC's primetime ratings was only temporary, while at the same time downplaying the broader significance of the…
Paramount and 20th Century Fox's "Titanic" steamed past $100 million in domestic ticket sales Tuesday, after just 12 days in release.
True North Communications shareholders on Tuesday approved a $440 million takeover of Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt, creating the country's sixth-largest ad agency.
The back story on how word of Jerry Seinfeld's decision to wrap "Seinfeld" leaked to the media on Christmas Day is turning into a real whodunit. To borrow a catch phrase from "Seinfeld," no one…