GoodTimes Home Video has inked a deal with Richard Simmons for exclusive retail distribution rights to three sweatcassettes, and an option on a fourth.
The fourth annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival has been set for Jan. 7-17 with four world premieres, seven North American and six U.S. premieres already confirmed.
The Walt Disney Co. magic-carpet ride called "Aladdin" flew over the limited-run competition for the second weekend in a row.
Last Week…$ 93,400,000 1991…$ 62,000,000 1990…$ 74,800,000 Year to Date…$ 3,962,400,000 *1991…$ 4,002,500,000 1990…$ 4,192,400,000 * one week more
A movie cameraman was pulled from a volcano crater yesterday, two days after his helicopter crashed and trapped him in sweltering volcanic fumes, authorities said.
Britain was the big winner at the last night's 19th annual International Emmy Awards ceremonies at the Sheraton New York.
The 11-month contract negotiations between management and office employees at Warner Bros. have stalled.
Record and music publishing lobbyists are gearing up to repeal a new California law they say could cost the industry millions of dollars and severely limit job opportunities.
Producer-director Robert Wise became the first recipient of the Crystal Heart Career Achievement Award at the closing of the first Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis.
Talkshow host Ray Martin was named Australia's favorite TV personality in the inaugural People's Choice Awards held here yesterday.
A man claiming he owns the copyright to the title "You Bet Your Life" has filed an $ 11 million infringement suit against CBS, the Carsey-Werner Co. and Bill Cosby.