Warner Bros.' "City of Angels" alighted atop the box office chart for a second consecutive weekend, watching over a studio-estimated $13 million take. The Nicolas Cage-Meg Ryan romance slipped only…
Veteran filmmaker Ron Howard has been chosen to receive the Society of Operating Cameramen's (SOC) 1998 Board of Governors' Award. The presentation will be made at the 10th annual SOC Lifetime…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is looking for screenwriters who'd like some time off to work on a screenplay -- and $25,000 in pocket money. Deadline for entries in the Don and Gee…
Just how hot is Leonardo DiCaprio overseas? Exhibs were trying in vain last week to remember the last time a star had two films in the No. 1 and 2 spots in a raft of territories.
Susanna Styron, daughter of writer William Styron, makes an unexciting feature directorial debut with "Shadrach," an adaptation of her father's 1978 short story.
Oliver Platt will become the third member of the trio in Warner Bros.' "Three to Tango," which stars Matthew Perry and Neve Campbell.
As studios hasten to clear their shelves of product to make way for summer releases, occasionally something decent gets caught in the sweep. This third outing in the "Major League" series, which…
Miramax Films said Friday that it plans to appeal the NC-17 rating that the Motion Picture Association of America has given its arthouse film "Artemisia."
Although two films she produced -- Todd Haynes' "Velvet Goldmine" and Todd Solondz' "Happiness" -- appear to be headed for Cannes, Christine Vachon has no plans to relax any time soon.
On May 5, the Entertainment Industry Council and the National Institute on Drug Abuse will co-sponsor the second annual Prism Awards, which honor accurate depictions of drug, alcohol and tobacco use…
Studio toppers, headliners and helmers converged Friday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to fete Tom Cruise as the Artists Rights Foundation's 1998 John Huston Award winner.