MGM, distributor of Madonna's upcoming movie "Body of Evidence," has filed suit against a photographer for allegedly attempting to sell unauthorized nude photographs of Madonna.
Barbra Streisand has struck a long-term producing, directing and acting deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment's Columbia Pictures, as expected, and, at the same time, extended her pact with Sony…
Singer Peggy Lee has fought off Walt Disney Co.'s appeal of her $ 2.3 million in damages from video rights to the 1955 animated film "Lady and the Tramp."
Footage of Ginger Rogers dancing with the late Fred Astaire has been nixed from the upcoming Dec. 30 CBS broadcast of the Kennedy Center Honors.
Marlene Dietrich's heir is discussing the possibility of establishing a museum near Berlin to house the diva's mementos, a portion of which are home movies of her famous friends, lovers and…
Film star and former Screen Actors Guild president Dana Andrews, 83, died at Los Alamitos Medical Center early yesterday morning of pneumonia. He had been in failing health for several years.
WHEN YOUR DAY consists of light reading, watching movies, taking long lunches and saying "no" most of the time, how hard could the life of a movie executive possibly be?
Gary Essert, 54, who founded and ran both the Los Angeles International Film Exposition and the American Cinematheque, died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
The summer of '93 promises to be a busy one for Kevin Costner, who will be producing and starring in one--or even two--westerns based on the life of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp with Lawrence Kasdan…
Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy--Steven Spielberg's founding partners in Amblin Entertainment--have struck a deal to develop and produce films for Paramount Pictures.
Although they haven't won the war yet, makers of short films won a significant battle Tuesday night when the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences board of governors voted to delay for one year…