TriStar Pictures took a chance releasing its male-audience actioner "Sniper" on Super Bowl weekend. The results were good enough for a shot at second place with an estimated $ 5.9 million on 1,551…
The Motion Picture Export Assn. of America has withdrawn a copryright complaint filed against Malta, claiming the island nation has made great strides in bringing its video piracy laws up to…
In the Jan. 26 story about the scientific and technical achievement Oscars, award recipient Kaz Fudano's name was misspelled.
An adolescent's wet dream. A woman reaching orgasm by herself. What seems to be father-daughter incest is actually ... Mormon bigamy. Forget the battle over NC-17 ratings; the question now is whether…
Rhino Records and Westwood One have entered into a deal that will see the label use concert performances from the Westwood library to create new single-artist collections and compilation albums for…
The entertainment industry is increasingly dependent on the international markets, with half of all sales coming from overseas.
Chestnut Hill Prods. has acquired film rights to Joyce Carol Oates' soon-to-be-published novel "Foxfire," a story about an all-girl teenage gang in the 1950s, to be developed for the screen and…
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and her husband, Harry Thomason, will be this year's recipients of the Publicists' Guild Television Showmanship Award.
Gramercy Pictures announced on Friday the selection of its national ad agency and in-house West Coast director of publicity.
Army Archerd, the entertainment industry's most respected and widely read columnist, was the center of attention Friday as more than 1,000 of Hollywood's biggest stars and industry exex packed the…
Gotham-based distributor Milestone Films has acquired two short fiction films made by Alfred Hitchcock in 1944 that were banned and have remained unseen for nearly 50 years.