An extraordinarily sumptuous piece of filmmaking, "The Age of Innocence" represents an impeccably faithful adaptation of Edith Wharton's classic novel, which is both a blessing and a bit of a curse.
Cannon Pictures Inc. more than doubled revenue for the second quarter, ended July 3. Revenue was $ 13.4 million compared to $ 5.8 million a year earlier.
Cast and crew interviews have expanded PBS' 90-minute "I'll Fly Away" finale to two hours. The Lorimar TV series, which aired originally on NBC, will repeat on PBS after the Oct. 11 broadcast.
Hollywood Pictures has reached a basic agreement with "Forever Young" helmer Steve Miner to direct "Tempted," which is tentatively targeted to start production in January, sources said Monday.
Roger Toll was promoted Monday to senior veepee of legal affairs and associate general counsel for Columbia Pictures, bumping him up a notch after 14 months as veepee of legal affairs.
"Jurassic Park" has broken all existing B.O. records in its first week in New Zealand, and is the first pic ever to break the $ NZ1 million ($ 520,000) opening mark.
After two years of acquiring and developing scripts, Snow Leopard Prods. Inc. has inked its first feature film development deal with Warner Bros.' New Family Entertainment Division.
MGM/UA Home Video will release the video and laserdisc collectors edition of the 1939 MGM classic "The Wizard of Oz."
Looks like moviegoers had the same idea last weekend. The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" held strong with weekend box office sales of $ 76, 539 -- a mere $ 388 dip -- in Los Angeles and…
New Line Cinema will pay Turner Broadcasting System a termination fee of $ 16 million if New Line enters into a superior acquisition agreement with a third party, according to a TBS 13-D filing with…