From the acid-dripping monster in "Alien 3" to the helicopter umbrella of "Batman Returns"; from the crazed tanks of "Toys" to Meryl Streep's twisted neck in "Death Becomes Her" to the upside-down…
Call it desktop filmmaking.You want a train on a towering bridge with a gorgeous valley below but you can only afford a shot of the train on a track? No problem. The computer will give you a new…
How hungry were audiences for new films? Well, judging by the performance of the three national debuts over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, voracious.
After a six-month incubation period, Gramercy Pictures has finally hatched its first 11-picture slate.
The movie "Sister Act" took two prizes at the 25th NAACP Image Awards, while soap opera "The Young and the Restless" and TV drama "I'll Fly Away" each won in three categories.
The movie "A League of Their Own" will be making the transition to the small screen as a TV series later this year--but on CBS, not NBC.
Propelled by a socko start in Germany, "The Bodyguard" stormed overseas last week past a $ 100 million gross, while "Bram Stoker's Dracula" had an awesome opening in France.
Home Box Office and Paramount Pictures have extended their six-year exclusive licensing agreement, set to expire this year, for four more years, the companies said yesterday. The new deal is…
Clint Eastwood will be honored with the ACE Golden Eddie Award, given by the American Cinema Editors, for "distinguished contributions to the art and craft of film."
Trimark Pictures confirmed yesterday that it will distribute "Dead Alive" unrated, because of what Trimark veepee of distribution Tim Swain called "the unfortunate public perception that NC-17 films…
Nominations ballots for the Academy Awards go out today. Ballots are due by 5 p.m. Feb. 3. Nominees will be announced at 5:30 a.m. Feb. 17 at the Motion Picture Academy on Wilshire Blvd.