Dallas-based exhibitor Cinemark USA Wednesday reported mixed operating results for its second quarter and first half ended June 30, 1993.
An Aug. 10 story should have noted that Warner Bros.' syndie newsmag "Entertainment News Television" has firm two-year access deals. In a few station deals, however, the show will have to meet "very…
A lawsuit filed by Linda Lee Cadwell, mother of actor Brandon Lee, charges negligence in his shooting death March30 during the filming of "The Crow."
No. 1 'Sleepless in Seattle' Epic Records' adult-skewing soundtrack, which features Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Durante, bumps rappers Cypress Hill from the top of the album chart. New offerings from…
The FCC Wednesday fined a suburban Las Vegas radio station $ 73,750 for airing allegedly indecent material from Infinity Broadcasting's simulcast Howard Stern show. Federal Communications Commission…
"Highlander, the Series," the action/adventure/sci-fi hour now readying its second season, is to be distributed in key foreign territories by Rysher TPE.
Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) is urging the U.S. Dept. of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to probe whether top cable TV companies are engaging in illegal collusion by taking a uniform…
Jamie Lee Curtis has been cast opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in James Cameron's "True Lies," which is skedded to start production Aug. 26, it was confirmed Wednesday.
Just in, and hot off the Associated Press wires, comes this report from Washougal, Wash.: Producers of the movie "Maverick," starring Mel Gibson and James Garner, want to blow some smoke over the…
Britain's producers are doggedly renewing efforts to persuade the government to stimulate private investment in feature films from virtually nothing to something.
NBC is being called the "Nothing But Crock" network by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), who claims he was defamed by a "Dateline NBC" segment alleging he offered legislation to benefit a drug company in…