Hal Linden and Linda Lavin, starring together on Broadway in "The Sisters Rosensweig," will host the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' second annual Primetime Emmy Awards dinner/viewing party at…
"The Fugitive" held onto first place with $ 18.7 million in its third week.
David Letterman will kick off his "Late Show" on CBS with guest Bill Murray, who also helped launch Letterman's "Late Night" on NBC more than a decade ago. And, thanks to serendipitous scheduling…
When it was sold last week to Ted Turner, New Line Cinema beat the odds against independent producer/distributors.
In a departure from recent telecasts, Angela Lansbury has been tapped to host the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The owner of the "Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent" copyright has sued the producers and director of a play at the Blank Theater in L.A. that uses a Cecil-like character.
Silicon Graphics Inc. and Nintendo Ltd. plan to combine forces in the booming market for advanced video game machines.
In Broadway's latest variation on the time-honored Hollywood housekeeping deal, James Lapine -- a highly regarded writer and director best known for his collaborations with Stephen Sondheim and…
Film director Federico Fellini left a hospital where he had been treated for an Aug. 3 stroke and was transferred Friday to a physical therapy clinic.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is officially accepting submissions for consideration for the foreign-language film Oscar for the 66th annual Academy Awards.
Warner Bros.' "The Fugitive" maintained a comfortable box office lead as it raced to $ 18.7 million entering the third week of its marathon run. Second for the weekend was the debut of the Jean…