Cast and crew interviews have expanded PBS' 90-minute "I'll Fly Away" finale to two hours. The Lorimar TV series, which aired originally on NBC, will repeat on PBS after the Oct. 11 broadcast.
New Line Cinema will pay Turner Broadcasting System a termination fee of $ 16 million if New Line enters into a superior acquisition agreement with a third party, according to a TBS 13-D filing with…
Cannon Pictures Inc. more than doubled revenue for the second quarter, ended July 3. Revenue was $ 13.4 million compared to $ 5.8 million a year earlier.
Hollywood Pictures has reached a basic agreement with "Forever Young" helmer Steve Miner to direct "Tempted," which is tentatively targeted to start production in January, sources said Monday.
Roger Toll was promoted Monday to senior veepee of legal affairs and associate general counsel for Columbia Pictures, bumping him up a notch after 14 months as veepee of legal affairs.
Gale Anne Hurd has entered into a non-exclusive, three-year agreement to develop and produce films for Paramount Pictures.
Selected to open the 1993 Montreal World Film Fest, "The Sex of the Stars," from distaff helmer Paule Baillargeon, proves an interesting, worthy but strangely uninvolving selection. Offbeater, about…
It was time to pull out the record books and write in a new figure as August earnings hit a new high of $ 580 million. Fueled by the dynamic performance of "The Fugitive," revenues shot up 37% from a…
The summer may be over -- as a distributor noted over the weekend -- but no one bothered to notify Warner Bros. The studio's "The Fugitive" continued to lead the way with a boffo $ 14.3 million…
If nothing else, "Wilder Napalm" deserves a special mention in the history books as the first and only pyrokinetic romanticcomedy-drama. Beyond that, there's little to recommend in the slow-moving…
The prodigal son has returned. Former CBS Records CEO Walter Yetnikoff, once the mostpowerful man in the music business who fell from grace three years ago, has finally started his comeback. He's…