A court Thursday granted a temporary reprieve to endangered Elstree Studios, where "Star Wars" and the Indiana Jones trilogy of films were shot.
New Regency prexy Steven D. Reuther is in final negotiations to ankle that slot and head up a new production outfit to be based on the Warner Bros. lot, sources said Thursday.
Rob Word has been named president of Featurizations Inc., a recently formed division of CST Entertainment Imaging charged with creating new, colorized movies from classic black-and-white TV shows.
Legal reps for producer Arnon Milchan's companies were quick to respond late Thursday to the suit MGM slapped on them Wednesday, vowing to defend themselves and fight for a resolution of the multipic…
This is one party that hasn't lost its steam. "House Party 3" is still bringing in the fans, opening on top Wednesday with a gross of approximately $ 1,070,000 in 800 theaters.
The Film Information Council has voted Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment its Excellence in Film Marketing Award for December for "Schindler's List."
Martin Scorsese will be given a Golden Eddie award by the American Cinema Editors at a gala dinner March 12 for his contribution to the art and craft of film over the course of his career.
The story of a young woman's coming of age in a Florida resort town and a gay Asian-American businessman's arranged marriage plans topped the list of honorees for the eighth annual Independent…
A low-budget, 17-minute pic slated to appear at the Sundance Film Festival is a prime example of how the directing road in Hollywood can take unusual turns.
New York-based independent October Films has closed a seven-figure deal for North American rights to French director Alain Resnais' companion movies "Smoking" and "No Smoking." October plans to…
The Walt Disney Co. and a TV gameshow producer settled a $ 300,000 damage award in a lawsuit over who came up with the idea for the 1992 hit movie "Honey, I Blew Up the Kid," a lawyer said.