"The Fugitive," huge with $ 23.4 million, easily opened in first place.
Playwright John Guare will be honored Sept. 28 at the Independent Feature Project's Gotham Awards. Guare, whose plays include "The House of Blue Leaves" and "Six Degrees of Separation," has made a…
The world premiere of "The Saint of Fort Washington" will kick off the Toronto Festival of Festivals' Special screenings section.
"The Fugitive" is in for one hell of a run. The movie, inspired by the vintage television series, is a giant toy-train entertainment with all stops pulled out. A consummate nail-biter that never…
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…
The summer B.O. boomed on as "Jurassic Park" stalked $ 125.7 million gross overseas through Thursday, while "Cliffhanger" fired up Germany and Austria, "Aladdin" captivated Taiwan and "Last Action…
A comedy-drama about the killing of the environment, "Stark" has pretensions to grandeur but, directed as a stage farce, it looms overlarge for the small screen, failing both as TV satire and black…
As expected, Sony Corp. of America named Mitchell Cannold veep of new technologies Thursday (Daily Variety, June 10).
Touchstone Pictures attains the nadir of this summer season (and probably the entire year) with "My Boyfriend's Back," an idiotic offbeat comedy about an obsessive teenage love. It's a matter of days…
As Sony Studios fell under siege Thursday to dozens of reporters searching for links to Hollywood prostitution rings, Columbia Pictures execs geared up for a weekend Santa Barbara retreat where…