Paramount's "The Out-of-Towners" was out of third place after final weekend box office results were reported Monday. The studio reported a $5 million weekend gross -- down about 6% from its Sunday…
Margaret Edson was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for drama Monday for "Wit," the Off Broadway legiter about an English professor's coming to grips with her imminent death from cancer, and her even…
NBC has renewed comedies "Will & Grace" and "Suddenly Susan" for next season.
FROM MIPTV Mip, the granddaddy of international TV tradeshows, opens today in Cannes, with a potpourri of Euro and Aussie companies edging Hollywood studios off center stage.
The Easter break and school vacation in parts of Europe did not energize the B.O. last week as exhibs blamed a combo of warm, cinema-unfriendly weather and lackluster new releases.
"Shakespeare in Love" was named best film but "Elizabeth" won the most prizes at the 51st British Academy Film Awards, which saw the kudos distributed among several contenders.
Producers Joan Stein and Susan Deitz's nascent Canon Theatricals banner is rapidly firming up a raft of new projects and services for the West Coast theatrical market.
Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures' "The Matrix" continued its gravity defying run in its second weekend, dropping a modest 20% to $22.2 million, according to studio projections.
One of Spain's largest film companies, producer-distributor Aurum Producciones, announced plans to move into studio-style production as it unveiled a slate of films for the upcoming year.
CBS News bosses should learn today whether 310 news writers, editors, graphic artists and news assistants plan to strike the net if contract talks fall apart.
Veteran agent J. Michael Bloom has ankled his Gotham/L.A. agency, J. Michael Bloom & Associates, to open Meridian Artists Agency, a Los Angeles-based talent boutique.