Interactive Network Inc. signed a one-year interactive TV advertising research and development agreement with Chrysler Corp. Interactive, which allows subscribers to compete against one another…
Erich von Stroheim, the legendary Austrian pioneer on both sides of the silent screen, will be honored with a retrospective at the 1994 Berlin Intl. Film Festival, the fest announced Monday.
Sensing a void in U.S. telecommunications policy, the Clinton administration is planning to submit its own "information superhighway" legislation to Congress.
At a time when many publicity firms are headed to Nashville to open branch offices, vet publicist Cathy Gurley is folding her PR firm to head the newly created publicity department at Liberty Records.
Las Vegas hotel worker unions are pushing for Barbra Streisand to cancel her $ 20 million New Year's gig at the new MGM Grand Hotel to protest the resort's refusal to use union workers.
Cablevision Systems said its partly owned A-R Cable Partners agreed to buy three Massachusetts cable systems from Nashoba Communications for $ 90 million.
In a move toward the unknown world of interactive and virtual-reality entertainment, New Line Cinema has signed a first-look deal with Virtual World Entertainment.
Screen Actors Guild prexy Barry Gordon easily won reelection to the top slot Friday, trouncing opponents by a nearly 3-2 margin in one of the most wide open SAG races in recent history.
The Human Family Cultural & Educational Institute has announced application rules for a new $ 25,000 Humanitas prize for the writer of a screenplay.
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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes1Weekend:$73.0M
Transformers: Age of Extinction
Transformers: Age of Extinction2Weekend:$16.5M Paramount Pictures
Tammy3Weekend:$12.9M Warner Brothers / New Line