"Sex/Life in L.A." peers at male sexuality for sale in a town where such commodities are taken for granted -- if seldom publicly discussed.
"Godzilla's" strong but not spectacular bow in Japan plus muscular preems by "Armageddon," "Scream 2," "Lost in Space" and "Mulan" put more bounce into the buoyant cinema business overseas last…
Australian popsters Savage Garden have managed to peddle here in the U.S. an astounding 4 million copies of their self-titled Columbia debut album, but very little of whatever charm or talent sold…
Abe Lipsey, a civic leader and philanthropist known as the "Furrier to the Stars," died Saturday of heart failure at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 94.
"Godzilla" stepped into Japanese movie history Saturday by setting an opening day attendance record of half a million viewers. Die-hard fans of the fire-breathing lizard lined up early to be among…
Little is known about mono-monikered wunderkind Siegfried, but his first feature, "Louise (Take 2)," speaks for itself. An exhaustingly vibrant, ever-so-now tale of a middle-class waif who taps into…
The current stellar performance of MacGillivray Freeman Films' "Everest" has sparked a surge in giant-screen film financ-ing and aroused Hollywood's interest in the format.
Director Paul Verhoeven has committed to "The Hollow Man" as his next film at Columbia, with shooting to start in the fall or winter.
Father-son team of Ivo and Vinko Bresan (Dad writes, offspring directs) rivals the Czech Sveraks in gritty political humor and box office savvy: "How the War Started on My Island" is the top-grossing…
Phoenix Pictures has paid a low-six against mid-six figures for "Venus," a pitch by Steven List & Astrid Neal with Jenna Elfman (TV's "Dharma and Greg") attached to star.
Ralph Fiennes is negotiating to star for director Neil Jordan in "The End of the Affair," a Columbia adaptation of a Graham Greene novel that has the romance of "The English Patient" with a bit more…