The New York plans for Tony Kushner's "Angels in America" got a big shake-up this week, with the play taking flight from the New York Shakespeare Festival's Public Theater and landing at the Walter…
After many delays and approaching a year-end deadline, ground was finally broken downtown yesterday on the innovative Walt Disney Concert Hall, designed by acclaimed architect Frank Gehry.
With "Cheers" destined to end its run after this season, NBC reportedly is mulling a near-term shift of "Seinfeld" to Thursday, trying to boost the Castle Rock Entertainment comedy as a potential…
October Films has locked a deal with producer Jean-Louis Livi for the U.S. distribution rights to "Un Coeur en Hiver," which marks the fledgling company's foreign follow to "Tous les Matins du…
The City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Jan. 11 to consider testimony regarding 20th Century Fox's proposed re-zoning plan for its studio lot in Century City.
Such noted Hollywood filmmakers and executives as Robert Altman, Steven Spielberg, Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, George Lucas, Michael Mann, John Singleton and Robert Zemeckis have united to…
Orion Home Video and Image Entertainment have extended their laserdisc licensing and distribution agreement through Dec. 31, 1995.
Live Time Inc. announced that a total of 175 exhibitors have signed up for the second annual ShowBiz Expo East tradeshow, marking a 30% increase from its first show.
The Dallas city council has rescinded its movie censorship law, the last of its kind in the United States. However, a newly enacted ordinance taking the place of the Dallas film classification…
Norman Lear's Act III Theatres plans to tap the public bond market to raise $ 85 million in senior secured notes partly so that it can buy out preferred shares held by GE Capital Corp., a…
Chicago Judge Richard A. Posner has denied an appeal from Hollywood's fin-syn coalition asking that he reconsider his decision not to step down from the financial interest and syndication case.