Madonna will be among the presenters at this year's Oscar ceremonies, marking her first appearance on the awards show as a presenter. She has appeared on the telecast twice before performing…
In 1994, Paramount was so concerned about muting Oscar financial benefits for "Forrest Gump" it pulled the film late in the year when it had already grossed $300 million domestically.
Jack T. Collis, a production designer whose career in Hollywood spanned more than half a century, died Feb. 1 in Encino of natural causes. He was 75.
The plagiarism case against DreamWorks and director Steven Spielberg over the film "Amistad" that started with such a bang was dropped Monday with a whimper.
October's "The Apostle" remained at the top of the exclusives list, gaining nearly 20% over the previous week's total. Robert Duvall's story of a preacher wrestling with his demons collected $100,094…
CBS walked away with the most nominations Monday as the Directors Guild of America announced its nominees for best directing of daytime serials and children's programs. Of five nominations, four went…
Convergence took center stage at Milia on Monday, with Hollywood cropping up in a keynote address from vet games designer Peter Molyneux and a broadband deal announced between software company…
Warner Bros. and Canal Plus announced Monday a five-year co-financing pact to produce and distribute four to six mainstream motion pictures per year through a newly-created film company that will be…
Steven Murphy, former prexy of Angel Records/EMI Classics (U.S.) and Guardian Records, has joined the Walt Disney Co. as senior VP of Buena Vista Publishing.
A memorial service for Gary Nardino, former head of television production at Paramount and Orion, will take place Wednesday on the Paramount lot.
Final ballots to determine the Screen Actors Guild's best performances for 1997 are being mailed this week to the union's 90,000 members around the country, with winners to be announced March 8 at…