A member of the Temptations has sued the Gordy Co. and Motown L.P. for allegedly failing to pay all royalties due him over the past 20 years.
The operator of a casting service has sued KCBS-TV and consumer reporter Judd McIlvaine over an allegedly false story that accused the service of operating illegally.
Not only are vintage television series and hit movie plots routinely recycled in Hollywood, but lately a lot of movie posters are starting to look distinctly familiar.
The opening night of the 36th S.F. Intl. Film Festival had a little of the things that distinguish the city itself -- some politics, a slight air of chaos and a definite multicultural joie de vivre.
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'Scent of a Woman' $ 104.5 mil worldwide Martin Brest's Universal pic starring Oscar-winner Al Pacino has grossed $ 59.1 million domestically and $ 45 .4 million overseas.
The federal government is moving to tighten bidding regulations for pay-TV: From now on it is asking for a 5% deposit up front from potential licensees.
Malcolm Leo Prods., fast becoming one of ABC's top outside suppliers of prime time specials, hopes to follow a busy May sweeps with projects on the Smothers Brothers, Otis Redding and a tribute to…
Sony Pictures Entertainment executive veepee Paul Schaeffer has been named president of the board of directors for the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund.
Stephen Frears is TriStar's first choice to take over as director on "Mary Reilly," because Tim Burton has begged off the movie.
Warner Brothers, Morgan Creek and French conglomerate Chargeurs have inked a $ 20-million dollar deal to build three multiplexes in the under-screened Netherlands.