The Tuesday-morning sniper assault on Universal Studios, which left nine people wounded in the barrage, is not the first time the studio has been the scene of violence or crime.
The L.A. Film Critics Association has elected a new slate of officers. Henry Sheehan was chosen to succeed Charles Champlin as president of the organization. Michael Wilmington was selected as vice…
Exclusive runs suffered from sophomoritis this weekend, as "Bodies, Rest and Motion" and "This Boy's Life" had trouble following up their initial bursts of excitement.
Four handwritten pages from Charlie Chaplin's last intended project, "The Freak," a film Chaplin was scripting at the time of his death in 1977, goes on the auction block May 14 in Geneva.
Christian Slater will star in the David L. Wolper/Hexagon production of "Murder in the First," which will film in San Francisco and Alcatraz Island in late June.
Progress Film, the former East German distribution and sales monopoly, has been put on the block by the Treuhand.
Barry Levinson and Mark Johnson are making a new overall deal at Warner Bros. -- NOT!!!
Unlike last year, when the Cannes Film Festival was bookended by two big American pictures, "Basic Instinct" and "Far and Away," this year's fest will open and close with French films.
Miramax Films has acquired Madeline L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time," underscoring the New York-based indie's boundless ambition in the aftermath of "The Crying Game," the company confirmed Monday.
It appears that Snow White is finally going to marry Prince Charming on the big screen after months of collecting dust in the can.
Bridget Fonda reached an agreement late Monday to star in director Andrew Bergman's "Cop Gives Waitress $ 2 Million Tip," which will be distributed by TriStar Pictures and produced by Mike Lobell…