Universal unleashes what should be a big, slobbering hit with this reasonably entertaining sequel, certainly a more pleasing tale than the one that sired it. Facing relatively weak competition for…
Paramount's "Intersection," with Richard Gere and Sharon Stone, crossed into R-rating territory, according to the latest bulletin by the Classification & Rating Administration of the Motion Picture…
A decent addition to the current cycle of screen and TV Westerns, "Tombstone" is a tough-talking but soft-hearted tale that is entertaining in a sprawling, old-fashioned manner. Hollywood Pictures…
Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" and Jane Campion's "The Piano" tied for the most film nominations with six apiece, including best film and director, in the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s 51st…
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. said Wednesday that it had completed its cash deal to buy Castle Rock Entertainment (Daily Variety, Dec. 21).
Exhibitors said they expect delivery of 1,500 "Tombstone" prints to become a nightmare before Christmas, but officials for Technicolor Entertainment Services and Buena Vista Pictures Distribution…
In moves designed to bulwark the European entertainment industry against increasing dominance by the U.S., both France and Spain have taken separate steps to slap quotas on U.S. showbiz imports.
The fifth Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival will open Jan. 6 with French comedy "Les Visiteurs" and close Jan. 15 with Michael Apted's new thriller, "Blink."
MOTION PICTURES DRAMA “The Age of Innocence”– Columbia Pictures (Columbia Pictures) “In the Name of the Father”– Jim Sheridan Prods. (Universal Pictures) “The Piano”– Jan Chapman Prods. (Miramax…
Two financial companies have sued Cannon Pictures Inc. in U.S. District Court for more than $ 14 million related to an alleged breach of a film financing contract.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences wants to get one thing straight: Oscar is not for sale.