The summer box office continued at a record-breaking pace, as Paramount's "The Firm" retained top spot for the third consecutive weekend with an estimated $ 13.2 million.
Don't expect to see gobs of gore in TriStar's "So I Married an Axe Murderer." The comedy is a tres hip slice of life about the dilemma of marital commitment with just a pinch of Hitchcock providing…
"Amok" is a well-intentioned but occasionally clumsy adaptation of a Stefan Zweig story about a once-respected German doctor whose misguided pride and obsessive love for a French woman in the…
America "seems to be discovered over and over and never definitively," Andrei Codrescu muses at the start of "Road Scholar," as he launches on a journey in search of the nation's spirit and his own…
Whether reported acquisition talks with Castle Rock Entertainment are successful or not, Turner Entertainment Group wants to increase its presence in the motion picture business.
Tom Arnold will team with Arnold Schwarzenegger to star in the upcoming action-adventurepic "True Lies," Jim Cameron's big-budget feature due out in summer 1994.
Hans-Joachim Berndt wants out of his deal with media authority the Treuhand to buy out and privatize the former Defa studios outside of Berlin.
Having hung up his "Cheers" apron and enjoying the success of "Made in America," Ted Danson is keeping a high profile as his Paramount-based Anasazi Prods. ramps up an active feature and television…
Hollywood Pictures has upped three exex -- Scott Immergut, Gail Lyon and Jay Stern -- to vice presidents of production.
Eight branch representatives -- including director Martha Coolidge, actor Gregory Peck and art director Albert Wolsky -- have been elected to the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture…
Jack London's novel "Martin Eden" is rapidly coming together as a feature adaptation, with thesps like Charlie Sheen already signed on for cameos.