"The Fugitive" was the pic to beat, as it ran up $ 21 million to rank first.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owner Credit Lyonnais reportedly will pay ousted chief Alan Ladd Jr. $ 10 million to quietly walk away from the studio.
The American Cinematheque in association with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is presenting "Empress of Desire: The Films of Marlene Dietrich" tonight through Sunday.
A federal judge has kept alive a lawsuit against United Artists Theaters by wheelchair-bound and hearing-impaired moviegoers but struck down most of their claims for damages.
John Denver will return to the big screen in "The Higher Ground," a mystical romantic comedy-drama inspired by his song of the same name.
Mark H. Resnick has been named senior veepee of business affairs for 20th Century Fox, moving to the studio from Columbia Pictures.
A Sony Pictures Entertainment phone directory obtained by Daily Variety Thursday showed that alleged sex peddler Ivan Nagy had an office on the Columbia Pictures lot as recently as 10 months ago.
Film rental terms need to be improved and cinema quality enhanced to strengthen distributor revenues coming out of Australia, a senior 20th Century Fox Intl. exec told Aussie exhibs here Thursday.
Miramax Films has announced that screenwriter Linda Woolverton has been hired to adapt "A Wrinkle in Time."
International film and TV animation corporation Lumiere has reorganized its sales and business development wings with a series of promotions and transfers. This follows the departure in June of…
The Dallas Motion Picture Classification Board has seen its last picture show. After more than two hours of debate, the City Council voted 9-6 to do away with the local ratings system and the…