Hollywood executives and talent are readying a big push for L.A. Works' one-day work-a-thon, scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday at Exposition Park.
A jury has delivered a mixed verdict in a civil suit filed by a computer technician who claimed she was attacked by members of rap singer Hammer's entourage.
Tele-Communications Inc.'s proposed drive into pay-per-view programming with Carolco Pictures has raised a firestorm of reaction among exhibitors, studio executives and Wall Street.
ICM is moving to escalate its challenge to the CAA-Credit Lyonnais consulting arrangement, but the action seems destined to encounter lengthy bureaucratic delays.
Relieved employees returned to work at MCA's black tower Wednesday, a day after a sniper's shooting spree left them shaken.
Hollywood has made major progress in cleaning up its environmental act, but it's not out of the woods yet. The entertainment industry is still "not the greenest industry out there," cautioned David…
A Santa Monica Superior Court judge Wednesday ruled that a $ 300 million suit brought against Aaron Spelling, his production company and Fox Broadcasting Co. in a licensing and merchandising dispute…
Cannon Pictures posted a net income of $ 1.5 million (2 cents a share) for fiscal 1992 that ended Jan. 2. That compares to a net loss of $ 2.4 million (3 cents) for the comparable 1991 period.
A publisher of Tom Waits' music is suing the gravelly voiced singer, accusing him of interfering with the use of his songs in commercials.
Starting this week, Hollywood Supports will offer its "AIDS in the Workplace" seminars around the country. During the week of April 26, Hollywood Supports volunteers will deliver at least 10 seminars…
Andrew Golov and Margo Hara, a girl, Hallie Fran Golov, April 1, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Father is president of Signet Sound Studios; mother is an actress