"Tootsie" and "The Bride of Frankenstein" were officially sanctioned as important cultural icons of American film history Monday.
Triumphant debuts by "The Truman Show," "Antz" (except in bug-resistant Japan and Belgium), "There's Something About Mary" in France and Belgium and "Blade" in the U.K. hauled the foreign B.O. out of…
As the troubled post-production of "Babe: Pig in the City" came to a close on Monday, Universal received a pleasant surprise.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
An initiative dubbed "One Italian Film Per Month," designed to help restore the once-significant profile of Italo productions in Argentine theaters and to increase cultural, commercial and…
Problems with finding the right man to play Nelson Mandela, as well as greater-than-anticipated pre-production demands, have forced South African producer Anant Singh to delay production of "Long…
Malian filmmaker Abdoulaye Ascofare won first prize in the All Africa Film Awards with his movie "Faraw! Une Mere des Sables" (Faraw! A Mother of the Sand).
Thanks to "Mulan," Walt Disney Studios on Friday dominated the Intl. Animated Film Society's 26th annual Annie Awards, carrying home 10 nods out of 30 film and television categories.
Industry estimates peg film admissions in Italy for 1998 at 120 million to 130 million, a staggering increase over last year's total of 103.9 million.
Gulping down an estimated $25.2 million in its second outing, Buena Vista's "The Waterboy" once again floated to the top of a highly competitive box office field. Down just 33% from its…
Jean Marais, the French film and stage actor whose body of work ranged from Jean Cocteau's classic “Beauty and the Beast” to a host of swashbucklers in the 1960s, died at a hospital in Cannes on Nov…