Warner Bros. spokesmen were working overtime Monday responding to a letter from the White House protesting the use of President Clinton's image in the movie "Contact."
Miramax's "Shall We Dance?" pirouetted into the top spot on the exclusives roster during its first weekend in New York and Los Angeles. Writer-director Masayuki Suo's Japanese-language comedy waltzed…
The highly sought life rights to Peter Leonard, a man with a third-grade education who gained national recognition when he won a seat in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, have been granted…
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts has chosen Dolby Laboratories Inc. to receive a Special Technical Award to mark the company's "outstanding technical achievements in film sound."
"Portrait of a Lady's" Barbara Hershey and Robbie Coltrane of the BBC TV series "Cracker" are starring in Amos Poe's "Frogs for Snakes," an independent film being produced by the Shooting Gallery's…
Two very different approaches to the topic of extraterrestrial life accounted for nearly half the total weekend box office. Sony's sci-fi comedy sophomore "Men in Black" dropped 41% to gross $30.1…
One of the most high-profile cases in town may soon be coming to a resolve. Lawyers for Sony Pictures Entertainment and John Travolta are expected to ask the court for a six-month continuance today…
Filmed in Queensland, Australia, by Sea Change Prods. in association with Universal Television. Executive producers/writers, Ron Koslow, Shaun Cassidy; co-executive producer, Michael Nankin…
The summer B.O. season overseas has hit top gear this month, delivering big paydays for "Batman & Robin," which appears to be redeeming itself abroad after its plummet to earth domestically, and a…
The Barcelona European Film Market, a new mart designed for producers and agents who can't always afford the cost of Mip TV or Cannes, opened its first edition Friday at the spectacular Maremagnum…
Eight newcomers and five returning branch reps will join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' 1997-98 board of governors, the org announced Friday.
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