Hot and heavy was the action at foreign wickets last weekend as "Jurassic Park" fired up Australia, Germany and a bunch of other Euro territories.
Exploding Raymond Carver's spare stories and minimally drawn characters onto the screen with startling imagination, Robert Altman has made his most complex and full-bodied human comedy since…
The loudly heralded International Filmmakers Symposium got off to a rousing start at the Venice Film Festival Monday before a convinced audience of filmmakers and observers. Although the two-hour…
As one of the earliest casting choices for Paramount's on-again/off-again "Beverly Hills Cop 3," newcomer Theresa Randle has nabbed the romantic lead opposite Eddie Murphy, sources said Friday.
Keith Davis, who recently ankled as a development executive at Zucker Bros. Prods., has joined Mel Gibson's Warner Bros.-based Icon Prods. as vice president of development.
Romanian helmer Radu Mihaileanu's first feature, "Trahir" (Betrayal), won the Grand Prix of the Americas at the 17th edition of the Montreal World Film Festival, which wound down with its closing…
It was Warner Bros.' "The Fugitive" in a walk to the top of the charts as the powerhouse thriller charged to $17.3 million over the four-day Labor Day weekend.
Exhibitors were highly optimistic heading into this summer that it was going to be a big one. With the glut of pictures slated for release, they boasted that they were in a "no-lose situation."
In a topsy-turvy week at the foreign wickets, "Sliver" steamed into Germany and Austria, and "Hot Shots! Part Deux" had a jolly time in the U.K., Mexico and Eastern Europe.
The American Film Marketing Assn. has named Jonathan Wolf senior veepee of business development and administration. The new position is the first addition to the AFMA executive ranks in more than a…
Lost in the hoopla over this summer's record-breaking box office and blockbuster hits is the sad story of the also-rans -- the mid-range bread-and-butter films at nearly every studio that failed to…