The producers of the low-budget "Hard Rock Nightmare" said yesterday that they plan to post sheriffs at the American Film Market offices of Manley Prods. as part of their effort to collect in excess…
"Aladdin" and "The Muppet Christmas Carol" tied for best picture of the year at the 16th International Angel Awards.
ABC solidified its morning lead in Nielsen fringe ratings for the week of Feb. 8-12 and continued to narrow the gap with daytime leader CBS, which nonetheless ran its win streak to 206 weeks.
KNBC-TV's unprecedented midsweeps anchor shuffling, which comes with the once-powerful station's news ratings in the tank, may be only the first step in an effort to revive the O&O.
Twelve new half-hours, including two Academy Awards spex, are being produced for "Only in Hollywood," the syndicated series distributed by Peter Rodgers Organization that premiered last fall.
ITV's new breakfast station GMTV, which is 25% owned by the Walt Disney Co., has changed its chairman and its program director after a disappointing first six weeks on air.
The European Film Academy, sponsor of the embattled Felix Awards, has changed regulations for membership and announced new members. EFA will also take Felix winners on tour in 1993 to various fests…
Last Week…$ 100,200,000 1992…$ 100,900,000 1991…$ 120,000,000 Year to date…$ 516,400,000 *1992…$ 453,200,000 1991…$ 584,300,000 *– one week less
The timing was perfect for the American Museum of the Moving Image's career tribute to Al Pacino, a black-tie fundraiser that brought out celebrities from both coasts Saturday to Manhattan's Waldorf…
The New Music Seminar has realigned its staff and will hold this year's convention in a new location, the company said yesterday.
FROM ENTERTAINER TO REVOLUTIONARY: Castle Rock has cut a deal with Emmy-winning actress Lynn Whitfield ("The Josephine Baker Story") to star in and produce a movie about '60s radical Angela Davis.