Trimark Pictures has concluded a deal with Kings Road Entertainment to distribute a package of its pics on video and digital videodisc in North America.
Steven Spielberg has tapped scribe Ron Bass to write the screenplay for his next film, "Memoirs of a Geisha."
John Malkovich will receive a Donostia Prize at the 46th San Sebastian Film Festival, which takes place Sept.17-26.
Cameron Diaz, whose hair-raising role in summer sleeper extraordinaire "There's Something About Mary" has catapulted her high onto Hollywood's A-list, is close to a deal to team with multi-Oscar…
William Fichtner, who helped save the world earlier this summer with Bruce Willis in "Armageddon," has landed back on Earth with a starring role opposite Demi Moore in the Lakeshore/Paramount…
"Rounders" wins a few hands but doesn't walk off with the whole pot. Intermittently engaging but dramatically slack, this tale of a law student's discovery of his true calling as a world-class poker…
Summer 1998 finished with a dot more than $2.6 billion to set a new seasonal record, smashing last year's heights by 16%.
United Intl. Pictures this month will have a last chance to avoid an enforced breakup by trying to convince European antitrust regulators that it does not stifle competition.
As sensitively written, fluidly directed and expertly acted as it is, and as elemental as its dramatic conflicts may be, "One True Thing" has trouble breaking free of its limitations as a…
Merchant Ivory Prods., sales company Capitol Films and Roger Wingate's Mayfair Entertainment Group have joined forces to launch their own U.K. theatrical distribution company, Roseland Distribution.
The last blast of the summer is an exuberantly cheesy action opus featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Rob Schneider as an improbable pair of gung-ho heroes.