The legal roaring over who can use MGM's celebrated name and logo on studio theme parks subsided yesterday as Walt Disney and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lawyers turned the non-jury lawsuit over to the…
"Busted," Fox Television Stations Prods.' new candidate for the syndie strip arena, got off to a respectable start Monday in its regular 5:30-6 p.m. slot on KTTV.
In the Oct. 12 story about Blue Rider Prods., the screenwriter of the 1988 release "Night of the Demons" was incorrectly identified. Joe Augustyn penned the screenplay and produced the pic. Norris…
"A River Runs Through It," Robert Redford's screen version of Norman Maclean's memoir of Montana life, pulled in more viewers over the four-day Columbus Day holiday weekend than any other film in…
With CBS sacrificing most of its week to baseball-playoff coverage, ABC has stolen the prime time Nielsens lead for the Oct. 5-11 period.
ONE THING'S FOR CERTAIN: If Sunday's debate was a prototype for a prime time series, the Disneys and Lorimars of the world wouldn't line up to sign deals with George Bush or Bill Clinton.
The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s Christmas release "Peter's Friends" opened ShowEast 1992 to applause and generous laughter from exhibitors in attendance yesterday at the kick-off of the confab overlooking…
The Hollywood/Los Angeles chapter of Women of the Motion Picture Industry will hold its annual "meet and greet" sesh for prospective members Sunday, Oct. 18, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. For details…
The fallout from the breakup of 4-year-old InterTalent Agency reverberated through Hollywood yesterday with further consolidation on the agency front expected, possibly as early as this week.
New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to best-selling author Whitley Strieber's horror-suspense novel "Unholy Fire" for Romero-Grunwald Prods. The film version of the book will be directed by…
Alexander Johnson, who most recently served as a correspondent on Tribune's defunct Geraldo Rivera strip "Now It Can Be Told," has joined Twentieth TV's "A Current Affair" as a correspondent.