The Intl. Al Jolson Society, in cooperation with Warner Bros. and Turner Entertainment, will sponsor a four-day Al Jolson festival at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Thursday-Sunday.
Universal City Studios Inc. has deposited $ 102,987 with the clerk of the Los Angeles Superior Court and filed a petition asking that the court decide whether the money belongs to producer Matty…
A solidly commercial contemporary thriller in its own right, "In the Line of Fire" makes one appreciate the extra shadings and textures Clint Eastwood brings to his own films. The star's first outing…
A fluorescent billboard for Castle Rock Entertainment's "Needful Things" is set to go up Tuesday at the intersection of Santa Monica and Westwood, the company announced Wednesday.
Los Angeles Superior Court has granted Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures a temporary restraining order barring a "professional gate-crasher" from premieres and advance screenings of their films…
The American Film Marketing Assn. and legitimate vid distributors in Argentina are mobilizing to turn Latin American video bandits into a pirate sandwich.
Director Gus Van Sant's "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" is an R picture for Fine Line Features and Mel Gibson's directorial debut "The Man Without a Face" is PG-13 for Warner Bros., according to the…
"Untamed Heart" partners Tony Bill and Helen Bartlett have formed Barnstorm Films and inked a two-year first-look deal with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, marking a newchapter in Bill's longstanding friendship…
Jurors in the trial of a defamation lawsuit against filmmaker Michael Moore will view never-before-seen footage from the 1990 film "Roger & Me."
There was a "Firm" grip applied to the national box office Wednesday as Paramount released its adaptation of the John Grisham bestseller to an opening-day gross of $ 7.2 million, breaking "Jurassic…