"Pinocchio" soared through the roof in its first official week in the video stores and it even brought along many of its Disney friends for the ride.
Last Week…$ 69,400,000 1992…$ 87,400,000 1991…$ 107,000,000 Year to date…$ 972,300,000 *1992…$ 906,000,000 1991…$ 1,159,100,000 *– one week less
Cable event producer Proserv Inc. has sued the National Basketball Assn. and all its member teams for allegedly interfering with its plan to stage an annual "King of the Court" event after the end of…
The April 1 story on USA Pictures made-fors gave an incorrect air date for "Alistair MacLean's Death Train." It will air April 14 on USA Network.
A top aide to President Clinton said Friday the new adminstration will insist that the Federal Communications Commission enforce rules requiring broadcasters to meet the educational needs of children.
Mark Silverman, associate publisher and special projects head of weekly Variety since 1987, is leaving the publication effective April 9.
New Line Cinema Corp. is seeking a court order barring rival Cinema Line Films Corp. from using trademarks that it claims are confusingly similar.
The National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians and Capital Cities/ABC Inc. announced tentative agreement on anew four-year contract yesterday. The parties had been in contract discussions…
Miramax Films confirmed yesterday that it has acquired all North American rights to Columbia TriStar Home Video's "Fortress," which will be distributed to 800-plus screens this fall.
Jack Lang, who redefined French culture to include rap and graffiti during a decade as culture minister, passed the torch to a Gaullist militant leaning more toward tradition.
"Beethoven," the family dog from hell that cleaned up at the box office last year, is coming to the Fox network next season as part of its Monday prime time movie lineup.