Rank Film Distributors has made good on its promise to pay big money for big films by snapping up all U.K. rights to Rob Reiner's $ 50 million "North" and Frank Darabont's $ 35 million "Rita Hayworth…
Documentary filmmaker Barbara Leibovitz received the Roy W. Dean Film Grant Award last week at the Directors Guild.
"The Fugitive" is a runaway success in Sweden, "Aladdin" smashed Buena Vista's all-time opening record in Japan, and "Jurassic Park" winged to $ 151.6 million gross overseas.
Jason goes to hell, and not a moment too soon. His descent has been far too long in coming, as the exhausted, witless "Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday" demonstrates. But that's about all that…
Alan Arkin has left Creative Artists Agency and signed on with the William Morris Agency. Arkin's acting credits include films "Wait Until Dark,""The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are…
John Woo, cult director of the new Hong Kong Cinema, makes his eagerly awaited American debut with "Hard Target," a briskly vigorous, occasionally brilliant actioner starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.
No one got a Mercedes, there wasn't a special message emblazoned on the Space Needle and life continued apace in the state of Washington. But on Saturday, TriStar's "Sleepless in Seattle" reached a…
American Playhouse president Lindsay Law announced Friday promotions and expanded responsibilities for international director Sandra Schulberg and production executive Nicholas Gottlieb.
As Ted Turner's acquisition of New Line Cinema and Castle Rock Entertainment moves closer to completion, Turner Entertainment Networks president Scott Sassa, 34, has emerged as the key executive in…
"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.