The Asian American Intl. Film Festival will honor Arthur Dong and Jessica Yu with the 1997 Asian American Media Award here July 17.
The USA network finished No. 1 in the ratings among all cable networks for the week ended June 15, and Tim Brooks, USA's senior VP of research, said these numbers could be a sign that the network is…
Mel Gorham, the star of NBC's Thursday night sitcom "Union Square," has been dropped from the show that was developed specifically for her.
Andrew Deane and Neal Israel of Like Brothers Films will executive produce “A Course in Miracles.” Producer Stuart Birnbaum is not part of their company, contrary to what was reported Tuesday. * * *…
Members of Mexico's film community took to the streets last weekend to protest the imminent demise of local cinema.
Roger Vorce will become chairman and CEO of APA, handing over the reins of president of the agency to James Gosnell.
Joel Tator, executive producer of "The KTLA Morning News" and the man widely credited with instituting the loosey-goosey style which has kept the show atop the local ratings throughout the 1990s…
Shelley McCrory has been promoted to vice president, primetime series for NBC Entertainment.
NBC topped its closest weekly competitor by 71% in adults 18-49 last week on the strength of the NBA Finals --- the second-highest-rated basketball finals ever.
The June 12 telecast of the pre-taped "1997 MTV Movie Awards" earned the event's highest ratings since it debuted in 1992: a 3.9 rating/6 share in households, representing an estimated 2.6 million…
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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