Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan will address the Hollywood Radio & Television Society Aug. 12 at the BevWilshire Hotel. The mayor will speak at the organization's newsmaker luncheon, discussing the…
Discussions are ongoing to bring Jonathan B. Kaplan on as director of the Western "Bad Girls" following the departure of Tamra Davis late last week.
Adding to the already high-profile cast of MGM's upcoming actioner "Blown Away," veteran thesp Lloyd Bridges has been cast opposite his son Jeff and Tommy Lee Jones, the studio announced Monday.
Day One of MGM/UA's Mancuso Era began quietly. Alan Ladd Jr.'s top staff remained intact, sources said, as the new chairman and a small entourage came and went from the executive fifth floor of the…
Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy Jack Valenti said Monday he hoped to persuade the European Community to include films and television programming in the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs.
The Peters Entertainment Co. was thrust into the middle of a British political imbroglio after the U.K. press reported that company principals Jon Peters and Adam Fields had cut $ 100,000 deals with…
The verdict is in: "The Firm" is firming up as a substantial hit in its first foreign appearances. "Jurassic Park," meanwhile, had an awesome July 23-25 weekend overseas, devouring $ 20 million and…
Orion Pictures Corp. has announced its theatrical release sked for the seven finished films that have been collecting dust while the distrib emerged from bankruptcy. The sked also includes two…
TriStar Pictures has purchased scripter Chris Peterson's kidpic "Frequent Flyer" for Lynda Guber -- a studio-based producer and wife of Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman Peter Guber, sources said…
The interesting contrast to be made from this weekend's box office tussle was that Columbia successfully opened "Poetic Justice" while Paramount failed to interest mass quantities of viewers to see…