Drew Barrymore as a manic depressive. That's the scenario in Touchstone Pictures' "Mad Love," which is set for a June production start, if Barrymore and a male co-star sign on.
There were some high-profile winners -- and losers -- at the foreign B.O. last week as audiences again showed their predilection to overturn notions of universal popularity.
New Regency Prods. outbid Warner Bros. Friday for Carol Heikkinen's "Empire," offering the scribe $ 325,000 and another $ 200,000 if the film is made, as well as a percentage of soundtrack and…
After narrowly escaping the censors' scissors in the Philippines, "Schindler's List" has been rejected outright by Malaysian authorities.
King World Prods. stock finally had a reason to jump. Oprah Winfrey signed a new contract that will keep the talkshow queen associated with the syndication giant through the year 2000.
Zsa Zsa Gabor Friday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in U.S. Bankruptcy Court , her press agent said. Gabor's attorney, Bennett Spiegel, said the actress "needed a breathing spell to reorganize her…
The Rankin Family went 4 for 4 at the Juno Awards, the Canadian version of the Grammys, picking up prizes in all categories in which they were nominated. The folk music ensemble nabbed Canadian…
The Gallup Organization is re-entering the motion picture research market with a new L.A.-based division. The new unit will initially concentrate on four separate areas of market testing and polling…
As a 5.3 earthquake rocked the greater Los Angeles area Sunday afternoon, it took just a few minutes for the region's television stations to jump in with live reports from some unlikely reporters.
Media mogul Silvio Berlusconi rejected charges Sunday that the Mafia was backing his bid to govern Italy, and pledged to wage war on organized crime if he wins next weekend's watershed elections.