If the Hollywood deals of 1992 are remembered in the years ahead, they'll likely be remembered for what they weren't.
This year has been a boon for multimedia entertainment, especially in the development of new interactive compact discs featuring live-action talent.
A shareholder filed suit against Home Shopping Network Inc. charging that the company illegally paid more than $ 8 million to its chairman's son.
Beleaguered Imagine Films Entertainment Inc. finally reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 1992.
Showscan Corp. said one of its simulators has been selected for installation at the Bavaria Film Park in Bottrop, Germany.
Carolco Pictures has taken yet another step toward putting its financial house in order. After unleashing a sweeping restructuring plan during Christmas week that included a $ 60 million stake by…
Low-budget filmmaker Troma Inc. sued New Line Cinema Corp. for $ 50 million, charging that New Line reneged on a deal to make a movie based on Troma's cartoon characters.
R-Tek Corp. posted a net loss of $ 16.8 million ($ 3.25 a share) for fiscal 1992 that ended June 30.
The entertainment industry's battle against cultural exemptions escalated yesterday, as members of the American Film Marketing Assn. joined the fight for an international trade agreement that…
Hollywood fin-syn attorney Mickey Gardner has agreed to pay $ 350,000 to the government to settle a civil lawsuit alleging that he was paid too much to advise since-convicted S&L exec Charles Keating…