Get ready for one of the bloodiest street fights to hit Congress in years. No, not health-care reform. An equally brutal battle is shaping up over the "information superhighway," the most-hyped story…
After months of speculation, 20th Century Fox on Monday confirmed that former CBS senior executive John Matoian will head its new feature family film division.
The young computer-graphic artist in the multimedia authoring lab is feverishly sketching out a grotesque monster, then transfering the image to a computer screen where it roars vividly to life via…
The lineup for the 1994 Playboy Jazz Festival June 18-19 at the Hollywood Bowl contains few surprises, several debuts and a smooth, fairly even cast.
The soundtrack to "The Bodyguard" has topped 11 million units sold, according to the February sales certifications from the Recording Industry Assn. of America, and moved into a tie for bestselling…
Viewers are "tuning out" on commercials and marketers are worried, but Jim Moloshok, senior marketing/advertising VP at Warner Bros., has found a novel way to overcome viewer resistance to his…
The MTV Networks, eager to make its VH-1 channel "more relevant and meaningful," has hired John Sykes, one of the creators of MTV, to replace Ed Bennett as president of VH-1.
Victor Film Company Ltd. is offering “To Die For,” an AIDS-themed film about a young man haunted by the camp ghost of his drag queen lover. The producer of the film, Gary Fitzpatrick, says profits…
Off Broadway theater generates $ 92 million in audience spending, according to a survey of audiences released Monday by the Alliance of Resident Theaters/New York. The research is the first look at…
Just as writer-director John Singleton ("Boyz N the Hood") was a hot filmmaking prospect in Hollywood agency and studio circles before he had collected his sheepskin from the USC film-writing…