Robert Dingilian, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's executive vice president of worldwide marketing, died suddenly at his home in Studio City early Monday morning from heart disease complications. He was 60.
Film director James Ivory will receive the University of Oregon's Pioneer Award May 15, saluting him as one of the college's most distinguished graduates.
Business was relatively slow for exclusive product as the first wave of early bird near-summer wide releases ("Dave" and "Dragon") bowed nationally.
Following a spectacular opening in Australia (Daily Variety, May 5), "Indecent Proposal" began its European run May 7 with a smash bow in Italy, grossing $ 1.7 million on 196 screens during its first…
ONE FILMMAKER NEVER TO BE counted out is Stanley Kubrick. News that he's adapting Louis Begley's "Wartime Lies" for the big screen stirred up excitement among film buffs who've waited seven years…
Less than a year after exploding on Fox Children's Network, the animated Caped Crusader is taking crimefighting to the big screen in "Batman: The Animated Movie" for a Christmas release, Warner Bros…
Writer John Fasano has been signed to script Cinergi's "Die Hard 3." The sequel to the highly profitable action pix will again star Bruce Willis.
Buoyed by the success of "Basic Instinct," Carolco Pictures Inc. slowed the tide of red ink in 1992, posting a net loss of $ 88 million.
Lost In Yonkers" is a carefully rendered, ultimately unexciting screen version of Neil Simon's 1991 Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Story of a domineering old woman's tyranny over two generations of…
Miramax Films has acquired North American distribution rights to writer-director John Duigan's "Sirens," which marks the company's first acquisition since melding as an autonomous unit with Walt…
D.C.-area law enforcement authorities last week recovered more than 50,000 videotapes of Hollywood pix in what is believed to be the largest case of alleged vid piracy in history.