Paris Cabaret Passe


The cabaret scene, once as much a part of Paris as surly waiters and avant-garde driving habits, has hit hard times. From the Lido to the Moulin Rouge, the Crazy Horse to the Folies Bergere, cabaret…

Hollywood Goes East


Several years of earthquakes, fires, riots and floods have sent an alarmingly high number of Hollywood power-brokers scurrying to New York, with Gotham embracing these mud people with open arms. Most…


'Just' In Time


“Just Cause,” the Warner Bros, film shown Jan. 26 to media for the first time, could easily be called “Just Finished.” The death-row drama, directed by Pace Gallery owner Arne Glimcher (“The Mambo…

Goodbye, Bargains


While Hollywood agencies and studios combed the Sundance Film Festival last week for the next wave of filmmakers who could make compelling movies on the cheap, the real finds don't stay inexpensive…

Christian Toughing Up


One actor lawyering it up right now, “Murder in the First” star Christian Slater, could be headed in a more macho direction. Boxer Vinny Pazienza is talking to Slater about playing him in a biopic…

Sundance Sneak


Not every worthwhile Sundance pic is in the brochure, or even skedded to be shown during the day. Sources said Miramax was hatching plans to show a work-in-progress this week of its recent…

Livent Sells 20% Stake


Plenty of people willing to pay a premium for their opening night tickets to a Broadway show. Thomas H. Lee is about to spend $22.5 million for his. The Boston leveraged buyout artist, who's made a…

State Of The State


New York State film commissioner Bruce Feinberg is getting a lot of grassroots support to continue in his post, even though his former employer, Democrat Mario Cuomo, has been supplanted by…

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