SPECIAL REPORTSony Pictures suffered a B.O. letdown in 1998, after its record-breaking $1.3 billion domestic B.O. take of 1997. Still, despite its fourth-place spot in market share and the…
"Snakebit" has slithered out of the tiny 71-seat Grove Street Playhouse and into an agreement for an Off Broadway run at the Century Center for the Performing Arts.
MGM emerged victorious from another skirmish in its lawsuit with Sony Pictures Entertainment over the right to make James Bond films. On Dec. 28, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied Sony's…
It's time to end the "World Wide Wait," said FCC Chairman William Kennard, who pledged his agency's support Thursday for a 1000% increase in Internet access speed for the average home computer user.
Barry Diller, who gobbled up most of Universal Studios' television assets last year, now has U's specialized distrib October Films within his sights, in addition to the remainder of Polygram Filmed…
NBC Sports is bullish about harvesting big advertising revenues when the National Basketball Assn. begins a truncated 1998-99 season Feb. 5.
Following positive reviews in Leeds for the latest version of the Alain Boublil/Claude-Michel Schonberg tuner "Martin Guerre," the Cameron Mackintosh production is now on its way to the U.S.
Things get curiouser and curiouser at Universal. "Curious George," the big-budget pic based on the well-known children's book, has been put in turnaround at Universal and its producers, Imagine…
Chancellor Media Corp. said Thursday that Thomas P. McMillin has been promoted to CFO and Deborah R. Jacobson to senior VP of investor relations.
Aside from the usual barbs thrown at UPN, WB Network CEO Jamie Kellner took a swipe at sister studio Warner Bros. TV at the opening session of the Television Critics Assn. press tour Thursday.
Oscar nomination ballots will be mailed today to the 5,467 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.