Capital Cities/ABC reported yesterday that its fourth-quarter earnings rose 34% to $ 137.9 million, but its annual earnings were depressed by one-time charges.
As a producer, it obviously important to be well informed of the happenings of the industry. If there's any one person who has been able to consistantly keep me informed, it's Army Archerd.
New York-based cable programmer Graff Pay-Per-View has made its first move into the European TV market by acquiring 25% of the U.K. company Home Video Channel Ltd.
Domestic Film DAILY
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
New Line Cinema Corp. had a terrific run on Wall Street yesterday on an upbeat analyst report. The indie's stock climbed 7.2% to close at $ 14.875 with some 485,000 shares trading hands, a tremendous…
Neil Jordan and his producer/partner Stephen Woolley are unquestionably the hottest indies in Hollywood today. They have negotiated a deal with Columbia for "The End of the Affair" and are listening…
It was 42 years ago when Army stopped by our table at Paramount to ask a question of my lunch guest. "What," he asked, "brings you here, Mr. Allen?""Hunger," Fred Allen replied.
The annual MIDEM confab ended here Thursday with three companies being booted and barred from attending for the next two years for illegally distributing recordings.
Multimedia reported its 1992 net income rose 25% to $ 60.5 million ($ 1.61 per share) vs. $ 48.4 million ($ 1.30 per share) in 1991.
Robert De Niro's Tribeca has arrowed motion picture rights to Andy Tennant and Rick Parks' original story "Cupid," a contemporary romantic fable set in Brooklyn about Roman mythology's god of love.
Ten thousand, two hundred and eighty Daily Variety's ago, Army Archerd, in the lead item in his very first Just For Variety column, wrote about the possible future impact of 3-D movies on Hollywood.