Writer-director-producer John Landis will deliver the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' 11th George Stevens Lecture on Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. in the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater.
Hip-hop again tops the nation's album sales chart, as "Harlem World," the eagerly awaited disc from Mase was the best selling album with more than 272,000 copies sold.
Mexico's Academy of Film Arts and Sciences has chosen Arturo Ripstein's "Profundo Carmesi" ("Deep Crimson") as its entry for an Oscar in the best foreign-language film category.
The NBC O&Os are talking with King World Prods. about partnering on a live morning show, probably fronted by WNBC's genial weatherman Al Roker and a female co-host.
Director Rob Stone and the Directors Guild of America have settled their legal battle over the rights to a documentary featuring helmers from the guild.
The primetime Nielsens article Wednesday used incorrect five-day averages for the November sweeps. Correct averages, updated to include the sweeps’ sixth night, are: ABC, an 11.0 rating, 18 share in…
Toronto-based writer-director Atom Egoyan's "The Sweet Hereafter," far and away the highest-profile Canuck pic of the year, is the leading nominee for this year's Genie Awards, the annual Canadian…
Jennifer Lopez, currently lensing "Out of Sight" with George Clooney, has inked to segue directly into "Thieves" under Gary Fleder's helm for Universal Pictures, sources said Wednesday.
Some 40 months after the 18-inch satellite-dish system was introduced by DirecTV in June 1994, the programming service has cracked the 3 million subscriber figure.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will bestow upon Shirley MacLaine the 1998 Cecil B. DeMille award for her outstanding contribution to entertainment. HFPA will present the award to MacLaine at the…
Record companies and music publishers have asked the U.S. Copyright Office to approve a deal that would boost copyright royalties for songwriters and music publishers by hundreds of millions of…