The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" was the big winner last weekend in limited release, opening to very good reviews and pulling in more than $ 92,000 at the box office in Los Angeles and…
"A River Runs Through It,""Once Upon a Forest" and "The Distinguished Gentleman" would seem to have little in common, but each is nominated for an Environmental Media Assn. award.
"The Fugitive" is huge, "Meteor Man" is streaking by fast, and "My Boyfriend's Back," but nobody noticed. Additionally, "The Wedding Banquet" proves a hearty feast while "House of Angels" and "La Vie…
Cinema Line has made a preemptive purchase of family adventure spec script "Nonnie," marking the production company's latest big-ticket screenplay purchase.
"That Night," Warner Bros. release that opened nationally Friday, was reviewed by Daily Variety on Dec. 9, 1992, the date of its release in Australia.
Bridget Fonda is in negotiations to play the wife in Paramount Pictures' contemporary drama "Dexterity," her agent, United Talent Agency's Ilene Feldman, confirmed Monday.
Stephen King's name seems to bring an audience to even the poorest adaptations of his work, which should provide some comfort to the filmmakers here. This darkly comic pic proves a sadistic…
With "The Fugitive" off and running at the box office, Davis Entertainment has snapped up the film rights to another 1960sTV show, "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."
Indie producer/distributor New Line Cinema -- the current apple of Ted Turner's eye -- posted strong second-quarter and six-month operating results Monday.
Eighteen film teachers from the U.S. and Canada will get a taste of Hollywood this week as part of the DGA Educators Workshop on film production.
Showtime, already airing its half-hour weekly programs under the umbrella title "Fallen Angels," again tackles the short-story concept with three brief dramas a la HBO's "Tales From the Crypt," aimed…