There are three kinds of awards winners -- the modest types who have prepared no speech at all; the more hopeful ones who, having won, pull out a piece of paper with a few names on it; and, more…
Actor J.T. Walsh, who played Jack Nicholson's suicidal lieutenant colonel in "A Few Good Men" and more recently starred as the villain in "Breakdown," died Feb. 27 in La Mesa, Calif. He was 54.
MGM/UA's Pierce Brosnan starrer "Tomorrow Never Dies" has been awarded the Charles M. Powell Award for best marketed motion picture of 1997 by the Film Information Council.
The big payday for the management team at Young & Rubicam, which finally registered to go public last week, will include estimated windfalls of $72.5 million for CEO Peter A. Georgescu, $60 million…
Juan Carlos Urdaneta and Jim Samples have both been upped to senior vice president posts for Turner Intl.'s Latin America operations.
Kirsten Dunst has signed to star in the Phoenix Pictures comedy "Dick," set during the Richard Nixon era. Production will begin in Toronto in May.
In what became a most hotly contested competition among A-list actors, Jim Carrey was chosen Friday evening by director Milos Forman to play comic Andy Kaufman in "Man on the Moon," the biopic for…
Robert Daly and Terry Semel, Warner Bros.' chairmen and co-CEOs, received the Producers Guild of America's Milestone Award on Tuesday at the guild's ninth annual Golden Laurel Awards.
Klas Olofsson, president of Sandrew-Metronome, will be honored as Cinema Expo's 1998 exhibitor of the year.
Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon on Friday introduced a motion supporting a state bill that, under certain conditions, would exempt actors, musicians, writers and others who work at home…
The docudrama "The Arrow" and the satirical series "The Newsroom" dominated this year's Gemini awards honoring excellence in English-language Canadian TV.
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