Rookies "Patch Adams," "Shakespeare in Love" and "The Thin Red Line," plus hearty holdovers "A Bug's Life" and "You've Got Mail," powered the foreign B.O. last week -- but some exhibs weren't happy.
Oscar aficionado Keith Collins has uncovered a few facts, precedents and trivia tidbits for those fascinated by everything Oscar.
Jim Moret will be the red carpet arrivals correspondent for the Academy's first official half-hour preview that leads directly into the Oscar telecast. Geena Davis will host the show.
The European Commission has kicked $1 million into the development, sales and marketing of a pilot program to be produced by Endemol Entertainment on the information society.
New Line Cinema has pacted with director Peter Chan on an English-language remake of his Hong Kong comedy "He's a Woman, She's a Man."
For once, teenagers took a back seat and gave their parents a chance to drive the weekend box office as Warner Bros.' grown-up Mafia comedy "Analyze This" muscled into the marketplace with an…
Five scribes discussed their craft Sunday at a screenwriting panel that highlighted the Santa Barbara Film Festival's opening weekend.
Although Steven Spielberg reigned supreme over the Directors Guild on Saturday night as winner of the best feature film director award for "Saving Private Ryan," the other nominated helmers got their…
War may be hell, but man's eternal combat is manna from heaven come Oscar time.
Entertainment marketing exec Al Newman has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Motion Picture & Television Fund. The announcement was made by Roger L. Mayer, chairman of the MPTF board, and…
Ever the iconoclast, "Eyes Wide Shut" director Stanley Kubrick shocked Hollywood one final time with his sudden death from a heart attack Sunday.