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When New Line Cinema’s “Town & Country” unspools on 2,200 screens nationwide on Friday, it will do so without the usual ritual of a premiere screening and party.
Broadway posted its best non-holiday session of the season, as receipts rose $466,337 — or 2.8% — to finish with total receipts of $16,534,864.
NBC has picked up the TV pic “Ground Zero” from “Charlie’s Angels” producer Leonard Goldberg; Katherine Heigl (“Roswell”) and Kerr Smith (“Dawson’s Creek”) are set to star.
After months of uncertainty regarding its plans, TV2, Norway’s leading commercial broadcaster, has decided to renew its concession, which expires at the end of 2002.
The Federal Trade Commission acknowledged Tuesday that showbiz has lived up to many of its promises regarding the marketing of violent and sexually explicit material to minors.
Swedish financier SMI Media is investing £12 million ($17 million) into U.K. interactive television company Two Way TV.
When “Seinfeld” wraps its life in syndication, it will have earned a staggering $2 billion — clearly a figure not likely to be topped.
When the members of U2 walked off the stage on their 1998 “Popmart” tour, the final image was a heart framed by the outsized “golden” arch — a juxtaposition that perfectly encapsulated that tour’s muddy concept, as the group had strained to find a balance between earnest emotion and smirking irony.
Afflicted with the disease progeria, which causes her body to age at 4-1/2 times the normal rate, the title character in David Lindsay-Abaire’s new play “Kimberly Akimbo” is 16 years old, but went through menopause years ago.
The Mississippi tourist board must have fits of fury over plays like “Crane, Mississippi,” which depicts a contemporary family filled with all the attributes we Northerners have come to expect from Southerners — alcoholism, racism and, above all, incest. Such hackneyed notions have long since lost their shock value.