Though "Citizen Kane" has widely influenced American films since its release in 1941, one of the picture's subtler devices is just starting to catch on: no opening credits.
Omar Epps, who starred in "The Program," will take on a key role in "Higher Learning," helmer John Singleton's next Columbia Pictures outing, sources said Thursday.
Paramount Pictures has upped Susan Wrenn to senior VP, media director, for the studio's motion picture group marketing division, continuing the strategy of centralizing Par's media planning and…
The holidays were kind to the bulk of productions on the Los Angeles-New York exclusives roster, with a large number reporting gains over the previous weekend. Even some of the majors weighed in with…
KTLA marched off with the Nielsen prize for its coverage of the Rose Parade, garnering the station's highest share in more than a decade despite heavily promoted competition from KTTV.
Under pressure from Congress, the electronic games industry will begin next weekend to develop a rating system to help parents decide which games are not for children.
The annual holiday sales spike has once again pumped up year-end sales certifications, according to the Recording Industry Assn. of America, which released its December roundup on Thursday.
Betting that comedy and interactivity will make for a profitable mix, Sanctuary Woods, a leading developer of entertainment and educational CD-ROM titles, has entered into separate agreements with…
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Walt Disney Studios is going back to school in search of the next hot Hollywood scribe. The company has inked "Dave" writer Gary Ross to supervise a Disney discretionary fund that will set up…