The average cost of producing and marketing a motion picture last year soared to $ 40 million, marking a 5% increase over the combined average negative/marketing costs in 1991 of $ 38.1 million, Jack…
The Italian government is finally cracking down on rampant audiovisual piracy following widely publicized warnings last month from Motion Picture Export Assn. of America chairman Jack Valenti of…
CBS has made it 12 wins in 13 weeks with a March 1-7 prime time Nielsen victory, and the Eye network is now coasting home to an easy 1992-93 seasonlong championship.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Weekend:$24.5M
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 22Weekend:$16.6M
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy3Weekend:$8.0M Disney
The emergence of gospel music, the misperception of its lyrical content and the reluctance by retailers to support the genre were among the topics discussed during "Gospel Music: It's Not Just for…
Sounding like a politician on the campaign trail, Columbia Pictures chairman Mark Canton yesterday called on both studios and exhibitors to "focus on and rededicate ourselves to our core business…
When the Martin Scorsese-directed "After Hours" is screened in Germany and Rosanna Arquette tells how her former lover would "Surrender, Dorothy!" at every orgasm, there is dead silence in the…
Denzel Washington, supporting actor winner in 1990 for "Glory" and a current best actor nominee for "Malcolm X," has been added to the list of presenters for the 65th Oscar show.
Landmark Distributors of New York has filed suit against Polygram Group Distributors, claiming defamation and injury to its business and asking $ 270, 000 plus additional amounts to be determined at…
Warner Bros. has struck a deal with Baltimore Pictures' Barry Levinson and Mark Johnson to co-produce "Home Fries" for Warner Bros., sources confirmed.
A Hamburg court ruled that German pubcaster ARD can continue airing "Motzki, " dismissing a German citizen's suit that claimed the comedy series disparaged eastern Germans.