Two identically titled projects on the Warner Bros. lot are throwing exex into a tizzy as they steamroll into production.
Ed Khmara, one of the three writers of Universal's "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story," has signed on with the William Morris Agency, jumping from his agency of the last six years, International Creative…
TriStar Pictures has boosted veteran development executive Michael Besman to the post of executive veepee of production, just days before the release of its summer comedy "Sleepless in Seattle," it…
Stacey Attanasio has been named VP of motion pictures for Savoy Pictures.
Twentieth Century Fox president and chief operating officer Strauss Zelnick announced Monday that he would be assuming command of a Silicon Valley multimedia software company, Crystal Dynamics.
Beginning July 6, UCLA Extension will present "The Anatomy of a Hit: What Makes a Blockbuster Tick." Students will look at current hit films for concept, story structure, character development, point…
Michael T. Skewes was named general manager of Columbia TriStar Films of Canada's Triumph Releasing Corp. branch, the company announced Friday. He replaces Ted Hulse, who retired this week after 11…
The Oscar that Joan Crawford won for her performance in "Mildred Pierce" fetched $ 68,500 at auction Saturday, becoming only the third Academy Award publicly sold, a spokesman for Christie's said.
Another superhero may soon be lumbering his way down the movie pipeline, as Dark Horse Entertainment has stepped up development on a film project based on its comic book character Concrete.
Production information regarding Columbia Pictures/Imagine Films Entertainment's "My Girl 2" was inaccurate or omitted in Short Takes Thursday.
In a big shakeup in the exhibition world, Millard Ochs is quitting United Cinemas Intl. and reportedly will take charge of its arch rival, Warner Bros. Intl. Theaters.