While cold weather kept mainstream moviegoers away from multiplexes in certain key markets, the arthouse market sizzled over the New Year's Day frame. Several specialized newcomers did bang-up…
Anticipating what possible precedents could be set on Oscar night has become a bit of a science.
As part of Variety's look at some of the leading contenders in the Academy's acting categories, here we put forward numerous thesps who have never been nominated for an Oscar. On page 76, we list…
Though box office momentum flagged slightly in the closing days of 1998, the year finished with a $6.88 billion cume to crush last year's record by 9.9%. Admissions saw a gain of 5.5% for an…
Rialto Pictures will follow up its successful re-issue of Fellini's "Nights of Cabiria" with a re-release of Michael Powell's controversial 1960 thriller "Peeping Tom," which will be distributed…
More Actors' Equity members worked during the 1997-98 season than ever before, according to a study undertaken by the stage performers' union.
Fierce winter weather in the Midwest and Northeast on Saturday took a bite out of the New Year's weekend box office, dampening Hollywood's hopes of approaching the record-breaking heights of the…
Real Entertainment, the company behind Jerry Springer's "Too Hot for TV" homevideo series, teams with ABC this week to launch a direct-response program for "America's Funniest Home Videos."
The Eye web's Emmy and Golden Globe-shunned sitcom success "Everybody Loves Raymond" has finally gotten its due from a kudos competish.
Christine Baranski, Marin Mazzie and Ken Page will be the featured performers at Manhattan Theater Club's annual winter holiday benefit, "An Intimate Night," set for Jan. 25 at the Grand Hyatt.
The webs are taking a somewhat calmer approach to midseason shuffling this year, launching fewer shows and making fewer dramatic sked changes.