Esquire magazine's future is looking a little brighter, with a 45% increase in advertising pages for first-quarter 1998 over year-ago figures.
Jon Voight will star in Paramount and MTV Films' high-school football comedy "Varsity Blues," which begins lensing April 17.
Copyright owners and their heirs will see their royalty rights extended by another 20 years under a bill set for approval today by the House Judiciary Committee.
After breaking an endless series of box office records, “Titanic” this week crossed over the ultimate threshhold: To no one’s surprise, it became the first film to pass $1 billion in worldwide…
Jackie Machlis, wife of producer Neil A. Machlis, died Jan. 2 of unreported causes in Northridge. She was 51.
Storm Entertainment will finance and distribute the $4.5 million family pic "Moose on the Loose," starring Eddie, the lovable canine from the NBC sitcom "Frasier."
Richard C. Glouner, a third-generation cinematographer who worked in the industry for over 40 years, died Feb. 9 of Lou Gehrig's Disease at a hospital in Newport Beach. He was 66.
Former Dove Entertainment principals Michael Viner and Deborah Raffin have formed New Millennium Entertainment, a multimedia company spanning film and TV production and publishing, based in Beverly…
Irene Kampen, whose humorous tale of her struggles as a divorced mother became the basis of TV's "The Lucy Show," died Feb. 1 of breast cancer at her home in Oceanside. She was 75.
Miramax Films has signed a three-picture deal with Brian Hecker, who last year was named director of the year by the American Film Institute.
Purchases of homevideos in 1997 were off by 10% over the 1996 tallies, while rentals dropped 3% during the year, according to a year-end summary released Monday by vid industry research and…