Buena Vista's "G.I. Jane" and New Line's "Money Talks" remained the two top choices of North American moviegoers over the Labor Day weekend, despite the presence of four new wide releases.
Brillstein-Grey Entertainment has hired Laura Hopper and Denise Stewart as vice presidents in the production and management company's motion picture division.
The fate of independent film label Goldwyn Entertainment Co., acquired along with fellow indie Orion Pictures by MGM in July, remains bleak after the majority of the specialized film unit's employees…
Sunday's death of Princess Diana in a car accident in Paris has caused widespread outrage about the aggressive methods used by some paparazzi to snatch pictures of celebrities, and has revived calls…
"The Lost World: Jurassic Park" charged past $500 million in worldwide B.O. receipts last weekend, while Polygram's comedy "Bean" wowed Germany and Austria, and Fox's laffer "The Full Monty" had a…
France and Italy, long favorite co-production partners, should soon be increasing their joint output.
Robert De Niro is in serious negotiations to star in "Ronin," the John Frankenheimer-directed drama shooting this fall in Europe.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. distributed $300,000 in donations Aug. 27 at its annual installment honoring its new slate of officers and board members. The Beverly Hills event was moderated by…
Penned by and starring Mario Van Peebles, "Los Locos" is an extremely odd Western that mixes classic, old-fashioned "High Noon"-like elements with a cast of characters not normally given much screen…
Princess Diana's tragic death early Sunday morning in Paris cast its somber shadow over the last days of the Montreal World Film Festival, with an emotional Rod Steiger interrupting his gala tribute…
A bright and breezy London-set romantic comedy about two grifters and the gal who floats into their orbit, "Shooting Fish" is an unashamed crowd-pleaser weakened by a third act that suffers from plot…
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