Seems like Macaulay Culkin, already the highest paid tyke actor in Hollywood, will get "Rich" after all, to the reported tune of $ 8 million. Warner Bros. announced Tuesday that Mac once again has…
Charles W. Fries has again been elected chairman of the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors, representing the 250-member industry organization.
The theatrical distribution company that released "A Brief History of Time" has run out of time. Triton Pictures issued a statement Tuesday confirming that it "will wind down its theatrical…
Cox Cable, the sixth-largest multisystem operator in the country, and Southwestern Bell Corp. have formed a $ 4.9 billion partnership to buy more cable systems and -- down the road -- pour money into…
In little over a year, producer Robert A. Kosberg and director John Lafia have turned the pitch "Jaws on paws" into more than $ 10 million at the box office in the form of the New Line/Roven-Cavallo…
A screening of “Schindler’s List” Thursday at the Cineplex Odeon in Century City benefits the Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation and the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Steven Spielberg and pic stars are…
In the spirit of the season, RHI Entertainment has settled a licensing dispute with Republic Pictures over a colorized version of the classic Frank Capra holiday film "It's a Wonderful Life."
With the deadline for a liberalized world trade accord just a week from today, European and American negotiators Tuesday remained deadlocked over entertainment industry issues but insisted a…
Gary Stromberg, former partner in the p.r. firm Gibson & Stromberg, has been tapped to helm the music division of public relations company Hanson & Schwam.
As L.A. awaits the imminent opening of his new musical based on a classic Hollywood film, Andrew Lloyd Webber said Tuesday he is setting out to become a movie mogul himself.
U.S. television rights for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, are expected to be sold next month for more than $ 300 million, a top Olympic official said Tuesday.