"Dark Blood," the Fine Line Features release River Phoenix was shooting at the time of his death last week, will probably shut down in the next week, producer Nik Powell said Thursday in London.
A longtime staple of Mad magazine is getting closer to the screen: "Loaded Weapon 1" director Gene Quintano has signed on to write the live action comedy feature "Spy vs. Spy."
After two record-setting months of production in Los Angeles county and city, the shooting blitz is beginning to cool.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio reached an agreement Thursday to star opposite Sharon Stone and Gene Hackman in TriStar Pictures' western "The Quick and the Dead."
The Stella Adler Theatre reopens at 6773 Hollywood Blvd. with a fundraiser Monday night. * * * Director Robert Wise, star Julie Andrews, producer Saul Chaplin and choreographer Michael Kidd will be…
Producer Walter Parkes and his partner/wife, Laurie MacDonald, have closed a deal to move over to Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment. Parkes is taking the prexy spot that has been empty since…
British cinema admissions for the first nine months of 1993 were 20% higher than in the same period last year, according to the Cinema Advertising Assn.
With more than 20 European films under her belt, Polish actress Beata Pozniak was known overseas, but not in America when she arrived in 1988.
A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday rejected actress Kim Basinger's newest plan to pay off her debts, saying it was vague.
Less than two years after leaving the glare of Hollywood's bright lights, Jane Fonda is set to return behind the scenes as pro-ducer of the Native American drama "Pigs in Heaven," a Fonda Films…