Turner Classic Movies exercised a little Time Warner synergy on Monday, picking up a package of more than 125 post-1950 films from the Warner Bros. domestic pay-TV, cable and network features library…
MovieFone Inc. has tapped Jay Mattlin, former director of news audience research at NBC, to expand its own film research efforts.
Leonardo DiCaprio has agreed to play Theodore Hall, the most influential yet least known man of the 20th century. DiCaprio is attached to star in the screen version of "Bombshell: The Secret Story of…
In a move to help her sharpen focus on community outreach and education, Kathleen Milnes has ankled her MPAA post to become Los Angeles' film office Entertainment Industry Development Corp.'s senior…
After Fox Searchlight's indie sensation "The Full Monty" went wide, MGM's "The End of Violence" made peace with the No. 1 position on the exclusives roster.
With a House subcommittee poised to hold the first of two hearings today concerning international copyright treaties, MPAA prexy Jack Valenti said it's time for the companies that will provide much…
As part of its ongoing campaign to introduce the U.S. to hard liquor advertisements on television, Seagram America announced Monday that it will begin broadcasting ads with a six-second health…
The $14.3 million opening gambit of Polygram Film's "The Game" led the top 60 films to a $53.7 million weekend total.
CBS's broadcast Sunday of the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards averaged a 13.5 rating and 21 share in households, according to preliminary national ratings released by the web.
All American Communications, the syndie behind "Baywatch," put itself on the market Monday with an asking price believed to be close to $600 million.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
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