The glow of Super Bowl XXVII didn't last long for NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street," as the new Barry Levinson-produced drama series got killed in its regular-time-period debut by ABC's "Home…
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution's heavily promoted two-hour debut of "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" proved an even bigger ratings winner nationally than in Nielsen metered markets…
For most animation fans, the big news in 1993 is the summer re-issue of Disney's first full-length cartoon, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
The Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency this week took possession of the Egyptian Theater as part of a long-range plan to restore the outside of the movie palace and then sell it.
Howie Mandel will be the master of ceremonies during the 45th annual Writers Guild of America awards, to be held March 22 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
As expected, Billy Crystal will make his fourth consecutive appearance as host of the 65th Academy Awards March 29. Crystal, who most recently starred in and directed the comedy "Mr. Saturday Night,"…
Student screenwriter Marty Stevens-Heebner won the top honor yesterday at the sixth annual Diane Thomas Screenwriting Awards.
Guns N' Roses played to around 150,000 people here over the last week at two of the biggest concerts ever staged in Australia.
TriStar Pictures--consigned to oblivion by some Hollywood observers--flexed its muscles yesterday, confirming its 1993 slate and outlining an impressive development roster.
Fox Broadcasting Co. will for the first time broadcast a presidential State of the Union address Feb. 17, although on a delayed basis at 11:30 p.m. ET.
Sitting in the executive wing of Lenfilm, a brand-new container building that sticks out like a beacon among the crumbling buildings on the lot, Lenfilm's foreign relations exec Viktor Makhov told…