The 1998 domestic box office raced to $1 billion Friday in a record 51 days, eight days ahead of last year's championship pace. Since 1994, the pace to reach the milestone in the domestic marketplace…
Aaron Eckhart, who earned raves for his feature debut as the unctuous misogynist in Neil LaBute's "In the Company of Men," has landed the lead opposite Elisabeth Shue in MGM's "Molly."
The irrepressible "Titanic" powered past "The Lion King's" $454 million last week to become the third-highest grossing film ever overseas.
The exhibition industry was thrown into turmoil late Friday when leveraged buyout firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst backed out of its proposed $850 million acquisition of United Artists Theater Circuit…
No one likes to even breathe the word strike, but it wasn't far from anyone's mind as contract talks began last week between actors' guilds and producers.
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has pinned executive VP stripes on veteran syndie sales exec Steve Mosko.
Two Japanese production and distribution companies, Asmik Corp. and Ace Pictures., will merge in April to form Asmik Ace Entertainment Inc., company officials said on Monday.
The huge ratings being racked up by reruns of Twentieth TV's "The X-Files" simultaneously in syndication and on the FX cable network could translate into gross revenues of $1.5 million an episode, a…
Friday's dramatic women's figure skating finals scored the highest Nielsen marks of the 1998 Winter Olympics, though it was also the lowest-rated women's finals of the past four Olympics.
Three generations of Hollywood turned out to honor one of their own as the American Film Institute bestowed its 26th Life Achievement award on Robert Wise Thursday.