Hollywood's heart seems to be in transplants these days. Jim Kearns' script "John Q," a story about a boy who needs a heart transplant , has sold for a mid-six-figure sum to indie production company…
The incredible has now happened: Through Friday, "Jurassic Park" became the first picture ever to gross $ 500 million overseas.
A newly restored print of Charlie Chaplin's 1925 comedy "The Gold Rush" will be screened Wednesday and Thursday at the Kennedy Center's Terrace Theater.
In a scenario that mirrors the book's title, producer Lee Rich has acquired the screen rights to Phillip M. Margolin's bestselling Doubleday novel "Gone, But Not Forgotten" for a near-six-figure…
All American TV has confirmed that the hour female action police drama series “Sirens,” which aired on ABC last season, will be produced for firstrun syndication in fall 1994 by Telescene…
Five scribes, named as recipients of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' eighth annual Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting, were awarded their $ 25,000 prizes in a ceremony…
In a boost to the revived MGM/UA, Francis Coppola and entertainment attorney Thomas M. Lewyn have been named to the board of directors of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., the company announced Friday.
The enormous sales activity of last year's pop and country renditions of Christmas music have rekindled the record industry's interest in the commercial potential of yule records.
United Artists is oiling the guns and dusting off the piano wire: A remake of the 1972 Charles Bronson assassin-thriller "The Mechanic" is in the works at the studio, with prolific screenwriter Dan…
In a fence-mending gesture, European directors Ingmar Bergman, Wim Wenders and Istvan Szabo have sent support letters to American counterparts Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese regarding their…
They definitely swashed, but the concern is that Disney's "The Three Musketeers" could buckle, based on lower-than-expected opening-weekend estimates of $ 11.5 million.