Yalda Tehranian has ankled as creative exec at Columbia Pictures to become VP in the acquisitions department of New Line Cinema.
Warner Brothers, Morgan Creek and French conglomerate Chargeurs have inked a $ 20-million dollar deal to build three multiplexes in the under-screened Netherlands.
The general public got its first peek at Columbia Pictures' behemoth summer release "Last Action Hero" Saturday night, and while the studio is determined to do a little fine-tuning prior to its June…
Stephen Frears is TriStar's first choice to take over as director on "Mary Reilly," because Tim Burton has begged off the movie.
Yet another movie about first-timers trying to make a movie, "My Life's in Turnaround" is an obvious calling-card feature that nonetheless has genuine, flippant comic appeal. Affability of the…
By mid-July, Arnold Schwarzenegger will be in front of the cameras on James Cameron's "True Lies," an action-comedy that will be positioned as 20th Century Fox's summer tentpole release Stateside in…
The third screen version of Jack Finney's "The Body Snatchers" is an exciting thriller that compares favorably with Don Siegel's classic 1956 original. WB can expect a strong response from audiences…
Paramount's "Indecent Proposal" continued to rule the weekend box office, adding $ 7,089,915 to bring its cume to $ 71,466,310. The absence of marketplace competition meant a modest decline of 29%…
Not only are vintage television series and hit movie plots routinely recycled in Hollywood, but lately a lot of movie posters are starting to look distinctly familiar.
Paul Mazursky's "The Pickle" landed with a thud in Gotham (where it was lensed), turning in a poor $ 8,826 in its opening weekend at three houses. Film opened wide in Los Angeles.
The opening night of the 36th S.F. Intl. Film Festival had a little of the things that distinguish the city itself -- some politics, a slight air of chaos and a definite multicultural joie de vivre.