Andy Marx: High Tech Hollywood
Responding to threats of boycotts and picket lines, Warner Bros. Korea has canceled its scheduled release of "Falling Down" because movie critics here say the pic promotes racial violence, company…
Sixteen episodes of “Fame” appeared on NBC from January 1982 through August 1983, when it jumped into firstrun production. There were 131 more episodes produced for syndication from fall 1983-87. A…
Two telepix, two docus and a TV series were honored Wednesday with Imagen Awards for creating positive media images of Latinos.
Nicole Kidman has joined the cast of the 66th Academy Awards show, being produced by Gilbert Cates. It is the second appearance as a presenter for Kidman , who has signed on to star in Columbia's “To…
Rhino Entertainment, whose record label brought us Gefilte Joe and the Fish and a comprehensive Aretha Franklin collection, now plans to create a film production company that will put Hunter S…
Beyond the stars and product reels, NATO/ShoWest '94 has included some sharp business talk, including confirmation Wednesday of distribution relationships struck between start-up Savoy Pictures and…
Lancit Media Prods. Ltd. has acquired movie and TV rights to Lois Lowry's 1994 Newbery Medal-winning novel "The Giver."
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution rolled out the heavy artillery with a healthy sampling of its animated summer release "The Lion King" to conclude the second day of NATO/ShoWest '94.
"Last of the Dog Men," the most recent effort from "Stargate" and "Universal Soldier" producer Joel B. Michaels, has signed Barbara Hershey to co-star with Tom Berenger and will begin lensing next…