Eight American independent features -- among them "Clerks,""Spanking the Monkey,""Nina Takes a Lover,""Suture,""Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey" and "Colorado Cowboy: The Bruce Ford Story"-- will…
Fox might have the film to beat this summer with James Cameron's "True Lies," and the studio put itself in position for another potential blockbuster for next summer when Bruce Willis accepted a…
'Schindler's List' $ 100 mil o'seas With seven Oscars behind it, Steven Spielberg's Holocaust epic has been seen by 25 million people overseas.
American Telephone & Telegraph Co. said Wednesday it is confident it will be able to go ahead with its $ 12.6 billion deal to buy McCaw Cellular Communications Inc., despite a federal court ruling…
Comedian and actor Paul Reiser, currently wrapping the second season on his NBC series "Mad About You," has inked his first leading feature role in a 20th Century Fox romantic comedy called "Bye Bye…
"The Girlie Show," Madonna's pay TV special that garnered HBO its highest ratings of 1993 for original non-sports programming, will be released on homevideo April 26.
Visits from four out-of-town symphony orchestras, six weeks by the Los Angeles Philharmonic under music director Esa-Pekka Salonen and five guest conductors and a night of Bugs Bunny cartoons are…
Actor Paul Newman, who serves as president of New York's Actors Studio, and Jonathan Fanton, president of Gotham's New School, are expected to announce today an educational program linking the two…
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable TV operator, will announce plans today for a two-way interactive network using digital compression technology, a company executive said Wednesday…
The European Union's latest bid to revamp its film and TV industries kicked off Wednesday with the publication of its much-delayed Green Paper on audiovisual policy.
Canadian media giant Torstar Corp. is launching a basic cable network in the U.S. that will run movie trailers of current releases and localized movie theater listings.