Part of celluloid Western history has gone to the great corral in the sky, Warner Bros. announced Thursday.
Suzanne Rothbaum's and David Weisberg's names were misspelled in the story Thursday on Permut Presentations.
Religion and psychiatry have rarely been perceived as sympathetic to the homosexual cause; centering mostly on the bizarre collusion of these two forces in gay "cure" groups, "One Nation Under God"…
Medallion Entertainment Corp. has added distribution to its mandate with the acquisition of Jamaa Fanaka's action-comedy "Street Wars." A satirical yarn of rival drug-trafficking gangs, it's planned…
As docu portraiture goes, "Glamazon" has personality plus: Its subject is Barbara LeMay, a 62-year-old ex-carnival star of ambiguous transgender status.
The March of Dimes will present the Entertainment Industry Salute to Imagine Films co-founders Ron Howard and Brian Grazer Dec. 11 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, it was announced by Beverly Sills…
Feed Them to the Cannibals!" is a delightful tribute to Australia's apparently open-minded acceptance of gays, at least within cosmopolitan Sydney. Colorful doc is limited by its principally regional…
Director Martin Brest ("Scent of a Woman") has re-upped with Universal Studios for another two years, extending a relationship between the studio and the director's City Light Films that began in…
In the latest round of hirings at Permut Presentations, Steve Rabiner has been named VP of development.
Paramount expects "The Firm" to be a huge hit and is trying to keep a firm hold on its star, Tom Cruise. Dish hears exex have been scouring their properties to find a killer, franchise-type project…
Dave, the stand-in president in the Warner Bros. pic "Dave," has received a 100% rating from the liberal group Americans for Democratic Action.