"Godzilla" stepped into Japanese movie history Saturday by setting an opening day attendance record of half a million viewers. Die-hard fans of the fire-breathing lizard lined up early to be among…
Michael Burns and Leanna Creel have renamed their indie production company Ignite Entertainment. It had been known as HSX Films.
The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian film festival Outfest '98 kicked off at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday with a screening of a gay-themed 1998 Sundance entry -- "Relax, It's…
Ralph Macchio has started shooting the indie film "Dizzyland" for Chamberlin Prods.
The current stellar performance of MacGillivray Freeman Films' "Everest" has sparked a surge in giant-screen film financ-ing and aroused Hollywood's interest in the format.
Director Paul Verhoeven has committed to "The Hollow Man" as his next film at Columbia, with shooting to start in the fall or winter.
A bruising battle is shaping up between two high-tech firms eager to dominate the emerging market for interactive TV program guides and other electronic "navigator" services.
On the first anniversary of its public offering, Munich-based ProSieben Media said it expects to exceed its sales and earnings targets for this year.
Tribune Broadcasting's WGN Chicago has inked a three-year deal with Eyemark Entertainment for the off-network rights to the NBC sitcom "Caroline in the City" beginning in fall 1999.
The Texas Board of Education voted on Friday to dump $45 million in Walt Disney Co. stock from the state school fund in a victory for social conservatives trying to stamp out sex and violence in…