HAVING SPENT MOST OF MY LIFE IN LOS ANGELES, I am amazed at the number of tunnels, forests and mountain ranges that have suddenly been popping up all over town.
International sales veteran Peter Elson is being installed as the new president of Odyssey Distributors Ltd., succeeding Patrick Wachsberger in the post.
Columbia/Castle Rock's "A Few Good Men" tied with Buena Vista Pictures' "Aladdin," with five nods apiece, to lead the field in Golden Globe nominations, announced yesterday. But some of the loudest…
Warner Bros. is holding its lead in domestic film B.O. market share, and will likely end the year near 20%.
In any business, it's the people who make things tick.
Star power and its ramifications is the talk of this holiday season.
As many people are fond of doing this time of year, Motion Picture Assn. of America president Jack Valenti is making a few predictions of what he expects for the film and TV industry in 1993.
Adding another twist to an already bizarre tale, Columbia Pictures has abruptly placed director John Waters' "Serial Mom" in turnaround with the film headed toward upstart start-up Savoy Pictures.
The Boston critics joined their brethren in Los Angeles in honoring Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" as the best picture in 1992. The dark western also picked up honors for supporting actor Gene Hackman…
PHONE FOLLIES: While UTA's Jay Sures would rather we not revisit the embarrassing incident that made him a star in DISH, we can't resist. Let us never forget those things that make us laugh.
Buena Vista's "Swing Kids" and Warner Bros.' "Sommersby" received PG-13 ratings in the 1,249th bulletin from the Motion Picture Assn. of America Inc.'s Classification and Rating Administration.