Roy Christopher has been named production designer for the 66th Academy Awards presentation, being produced by Gilbert Cates.
"Leeza," the revamped NBC daytime talkshow sans John Tesh, will debut Monday on the Peacock web's morning sked. The focus will be on issues and relationships affecting the daytime audience.
Lolita Davidovich has been cast as the female lead opposite Tommy Lee Jones in the Warner Bros. historic baseball drama "The Ty Cobb Story."
MCA/Universal Home Video will back its March 15 homevideo release of "We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story" with an extensive marketing and advertising campaign, relying on a two-tiered approach aimed at…
"Jurassic Park" may have been the top-grossing film of 1993, but when measured as a percentage of cost, the most profitable film of the year was Ang Lee's "The Wedding Banquet," a quirky saga of a…
Twenty-five years after the Motion Picture Assn. of America inaugurated its voluntary ratings code, the system is still getting mixed reviews from Hollywood.
Screenwriter Charles Evered has made a deal to script and direct a feature based on his play "Drift" for Mark Kaplan and Leanne Moore of LMK Prods. LMK will produce the $ 1.5 million feature in…
Local industry leaders reacted with surprise and concern to the news that Richard Brick, commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting, had abruptly given two weeks' notice to…
The Classification & Ratings Administration is under the jurisdiction of the Motion Picture Assn. of America and its semi-silent partner, the National Assn. of Theater Owners. It consists of two…
Japan's education minister said she wants to help revive the country's declining film industry, which reached its peak in the 1960s.
Led by such films as "The Crying Game,""Cliffhanger,""The Piano,""Much Ado About Nothing" and "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," the independent film companies of the American Film Marketing Assn…