It looks like Vanity Fair's Oscar party at Morton's will be getting some company.
The American Film Institute is looking to the stars.
The battle to determine whether BSkyB retains the broadcasting rights to English Premier League soccer begins in earnest today with the start of a court case pitching the league and the satcaster…
While the hype and buzz come to a boil about who will get this year's best picture Oscar, in the often overlooked documentary categories, where the money definitely isn't, life goes on as normal…
Unable to come to an agreement on the budget and the film's creative direction, Disney and director Gore Verbinski ("Mousehunt") have parted ways on the sci-fi thriller "Mission to Mars."
Operating efficiencies resulting from last year's merger of Loews Theaters and Cineplex Odeon Corp. helped Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp. sharply increase operating earnings in the three months…
It seemed that everyone who came to the podium at the 64th annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards Sunday at Windows on the World had a confession to make.
The German box office hit a record high of 1.566 billion marks ($932 million) in 1998, an increase of 158 million marks ($94 million) over the previous year's record take, AC Nielsen-EDI reported…
"Wide open." That seems to be the consensus on this year's Oscar race, quite a change from last year's Acad 11-award salute to the "Titanic" phenomenon. Aside from DreamWorks' "Saving Private Ryan,"…
Specialized distributor Lions Gate Releasing has tapped former Trimark exec Bill Sanders as vice president and general sales manager.