Mike Nichols, Dick Van Dyke and Elaine May took top honors at the eighth annual American Comedy Awards Sunday night at the Shrine Auditorium -- although the recent deaths of comedy veterans John…
"Schindler's List" has met what many predicted would be its toughest market -- Germany -- and conquered it hands down.
Ronni Chasen resigned Monday as senior VP of worldwide publicity at MGM/UA Distribution. She will remain at the Santa Monica-based company through the middle of May as a consultant, and then will…
If CBS' latest plan is successful, David Letterman will be dominating more than the latenight talkshow wars. CBS announced Monday it would be feeding Letterman's nightly "Late Show" Top 10 List to…
In a bid to boost its growing movie-ticket business, Ticketmaster agreed to buy a controlling interest in Pacer/CATS/CCS Group, a Denver-based maker of computerized ticketing equipment.
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The trend was down for the exclusives roster last weekend, with only one pic bucking the southward trend: Gramercy's "Savage Nights" was up by a small margin in its sophomore week at the Angelika in…
Flush with funds from its recent sale of $ 100 million in preferred stock, AMC Entertainment plans to build even larger theater complexes with a new concept: Rather than having traditional department…
Tele-Communications Inc. topper John Malone and his new best buddy, Microsoft chairman and CEO Bill Gates, are teaming up to launch a new basic cable network focusing on personal computers.
The spread of news shows on primetime TV is the latest bad news for producers of longform TV dramas. Expensive one-hour series, telepics and minis have been a tough sell for a few years.