"Good Morning America" moved back ahead in the morning race for the Feb. 7-11 Nielsen week, while "Late Show With David Letterman" continued its torrid latenight pace.
A rising yen and poor Japanese economy whacked Sony Corp.'s bottom line in the fiscal third quarter, as net income slid 38.1% to $ 150 million, or 37 cents per share, on a 3.7% dip in revenue to $…
The question of movie theaters' viability in a 500-channel superhighway future will be addressed by industry honchos Ted Turner and MCA Motion Picture chairman Tom Pollock next month during a…
A screenwriter’s claim that his script about a boy who invents a people-shrinking formula was pirated for the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” was rejected Thursday by a federal appeals court. The…
Since the release seven months ago of her self-titled debut for LaFace/Arista , R&B singer Toni Braxton has watched her album slowly but surely climb toward the top of the charts.
With five days still to play at the 44th Berlinale, competition boss Moritz de Hadeln had three slam dunks, a lot of rim shots and several complete misses.
United Artists this week agreed to option the screen rights to a New Yorker magazine story that ran less than a month ago.
Samuel Goldwyn Co. acquired "What Happened Was ..."-- a sleeper hit of the Sundance Film Festival -- adding another high-profile indie flick to its lineup.
Cathy Konrad has ankled her post as VP of production at Norman Jewison's Yorktown Prods. to become president at Woods Entertainment.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has selected its annual College Television Awards winners, with a total $ 16,100 to be presented at ceremonies in Beverly Hills March 13.
Francis Ford Coppola will produce New Line's "Don Juan DeMarco and the Centerfold," reteaming him with Marlon Brando for the first timesince Coppola helmed "Apocalypse Now" in 1979.