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 Adolph Zukor saw the dailies from Bob Hope's first film, the Paramount studio chief sent out a note saying Hope was going to be the biggest star on the lot.
Robert Altman's Fine Line Features release "The Player" was the big winner in the 58th annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards, narrowly defeating Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" for best picture…
"The Big Broadcast of 1938," (1938) Paramount. Hope got sixth billing, under W.C. Fields, Martha Raye, Dorothy Lamour, Shirley Ross and Lynne Overman. Hope plays an alimony-plagued radio announcer…
Complaining that box office cashiers are crediting "Malcolm X" purchases to films like "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York," director Spike Lee held a press conference to warn his fans to check their…
Eternity Pictures has launched production on screenwriter Robert Ian Strauss' "Body Shot," which stars "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" villain Robert Patrick and will be directed by company topper…
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…
Merchant Ivory's "Howards End" was chosen best film of 1992 in the National Board of Review's annual D.W. Griffith Awards.