What makes a film like "Indecent Proposal" so successful? In its second weekend "Indecent" grossed $ 14,724,600, for an extremely modest 20% drop. After 12 days of release has earned a tad more than…
Improved operating results enabled Time Warner to narrow its losses in the first quarter.
Rim Film Distributors and Laemmle Theatres have inked a 52-week deal designed as a prototype to introduce "white bread" America to Asian movies and tap a new market.
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…
Warner Bros. will open 15 screens at two new multiplexes in Japan April 24 and 29.
Promoted as a hard-action film for Wesley Snipes fans, "Boiling Point" turns out to be an old-fashioned police procedural drama. Low-key and bland in the extreme, it's strictly for film buffs…
Damage estimates from Friday's sound stage fire at Sony Pictures Studios are pegged at less than $ 50,000, while production of "Cops and Robbersons" will resume Wednesday.
Last Week…$ 87,500,000 1992…$ 94,100,000 1991…$ 65,500,000 Year to date…$ 1,141,700,000 *1992…$ 1,101,400,000 1991…$ 1,316,200,000 * one week less
New blood infuses British film industry with confidence, and "The Jungle Book" is still number one in Europe. For this and other international news, see Overseas Report, page 18.
The weekend box office was very "Indecent" for a second week. With Paramount estimating $ 15.5 million on its "Proposal," the film was doing triple the business of its closest competitor.
Mel Gibson's movie version of "Maverick" has hit the bull's-eye with director Richard Donner, who is finalizing an agreement to helm the big-budget Western, sources confirmed Friday.