IT LOOKS LIKE a schticky New Year's Eve 'round Hollywood. New York may have Times Square, Beverly Hills might offer champagne and fine dining, but for a raucous good time, not much can top the…
Columbia Pictures mogul Harry Cohn once said he judged a movie by the seat of his pants. In other words, if he found himself moving around a lot in his chair while watching a film, he knew that…
With the release of its third album, the trio DC Talk has completed its musical development from a synthesized rap act to a fully realized rap/rock/soul/house carnival of styles and pop hooks.
Sally Field has been spotted at the grocery store. Kurt Russell, dressed in a killer cashmere sweater, stopped by for a ski pass. George Hamilton was seen hanging out at the trendy Tatou.
Long a leading man at CBS News, Walter Cronkite may soon take a supporting role on a CBS sitcom about a TV newsroom.
Lawyers for Los Angeles radio station KLSX-FM asked the federal government to withdraw a proposed $ 105,000 fine levied as a result of 12 broadcasts by syndicated New York shock jock Howard Stern.
Italy's largest indie distrib, Artisti Associati Intl., has found itself in a bit of trouble because it did not pay at least some of its bills. One client, Morgan Creek Intl., recently won an…
A writer has sued Walt Disney Pictures and subsidiary Touchstone Pictures for allegedly basing the film "Green Card" on her screenplay.
American exhibitor Cinemark is making a major push to build hardtops in Chile and Mexico, as the first steps toward an ambitious expansion program in Latin America.
The recent migration of New York costume designers to the West Coast has more than doubled the membership at Local 892, and has prompted the union's new president to make designers a more active part…
Fox Intl. is prepping a new satellite service for Latin America that's due to kick off next April, per Rafael Pastor, Fox's Latin honcho for the operation.