Two-time Oscar winning writer Horton Foote, the soft-spoken Texan who has brought "Tender Mercies" and "The Trip To Bountiful" to the screen, will receive the Writers Guild of America's 1993 Screen…
The board of directors of Paramount Communications Inc. was easily re-elected yesterday, despite a move to unseat some members by a pension fund that claimed some exex, including chairman Martin…
William E. Wegner, the entertainment lawyer who successfully defended Curtis Management Group and the family of James Dean in a licensing fight with Warner Bros., has left Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher to…
Four skiers rescued after three days in the wilderness have signed with the William Morris Agency to turn their ordeal into a movie.
Members of "The Last Picture Show" cast and crew were in a nostalgic mood Wednesday night about the contributions of Gary Essert and Gary Abrahams to the film scene in Los Angeles.
A truly harrowing sequence in the final reel fails to save "Fire in the Sky," an otherwise prosaic approach to the gee-whiz genre of UFO aliens snatching a human specimen for examination. This…
Despite all the promises and pronouncements, Hollywood still can't kick the habit. The megapic habit, that is.
In an effort to assure exhibitors that it is poised for the future, Paramount Pictures put on a full-court press at NATO/ShoWest Wednesday night with a list of high-profile stars and a crowd-pleasing…
A funny thing happened at NATO/ShoWest '93: Hollywood began to grow up.
ICM has nabbed "Cheers" star Kirstie Alley, sources say, where she'll be repped by Guy McElwaine, Elaine Goldsmith and George Freeman.