The Motion Picture Assn. of America has tapped veteran entertainment litigator Gregory Goeckner as deputy director/special counsel in the org's anti-piracy unit, filling the vacancy left by Larry…
John Leguizamo has reached an agreement to star in Hollywood Pictures' "Pyromaniacs: A Love Story," which will mark "Northern Exposure" producer Joshua Brand's feature directorial debut.
Performance was significantly stronger in the metered markets, attracting a 35.8/53 -- 15% better than the national average -- in those 30 cities, which represent about half of all U.S. television…
Fourteen-year-old Jason John Richter will be banking a cool million for Warner Bros.' "Free Willy" sequel, which goes before the cameras next month.
Universal's "The Paper" joined the exclusives roster last weekend, opening to decent numbers on a combined three screens in Los Angeles and New York.
Hollywood's eternal little boy finally drew a man's respect Monday night. Steven Spielberg, after years of disregard by Academy voters, was vindicated with seven Oscars for his Holocaust epic…
Censorship in South Africa will come under scrutiny at the weeklong Limits of Liberty film festival in Johannesburg, featuring movies that have pushed the limits of good taste and sexual explicitness.
Academy officials breathed something of a sigh of relief Monday as the prelude to Hollywood's biggest annual event went off uneventfully.
Best actor Tom Hanks went to great lengths to praise two gay friends as well as the courageous execs at TriStar Pictures who got behind the "Philadelphia" project.
As the first rain of spring fell on New York, the city's A list crowded into an Academy Awards party at Elaine's, to debate the likely winners and whether or not the Oscars should play New York.
Eleven-year-old Anna Paquin may have been the most choked-up child ever to win an Oscar, but she certainly wasn't the youngest.