It was bronto business time again for Universal's "Jurassic Park" as it stomped all over the competition to finish first with an estimated $ 37.5 million.
In a big shakeup in the exhibition world, Millard Ochs is quitting United Cinemas Intl. and reportedly will take charge of its arch rival, Warner Bros. Intl. Theaters.
Britain's hottest producers, "The Crying Game's" Stephen Woolley and Nik Powell, are up for grabs. Their Scala Prods.' one-year, first-look development and production deal with Polygram Filmed…
The Oscar that Joan Crawford won for her performance in "Mildred Pierce" fetched $ 68,500 at auction Saturday, becoming only the third Academy Award publicly sold, a spokesman for Christie's said.
E! Entertainment Television will present a one-hour special on "Jurassic Park" today at 8 p.m., repeating throughout the week. Hosted by Michael Castner, spec will take a look at how the movie was…
Michael T. Skewes was named general manager of Columbia TriStar Films of Canada's Triumph Releasing Corp. branch, the company announced Friday. He replaces Ted Hulse, who retired this week after 11…
Rather the opposite of "Jurassic Park,""Dennis the Menace" isn't really appropriate for anyone over the age of 12. Very young children may find the numskull, by-the-numbers gags here amusing, but…
Gene Reynolds, whom the Directors Guild of America recognized this year for outstanding service to the union, was elected president of the DGA Saturday.
This train enters a tunnel and never comes out. Painfully reminiscent of the worst international co-productions of days gone by, slipshod German venture is too deadeningly awful to be enjoyably bad…
There's suddenly a preponderance of Jackson Pollock picture projects in Hollywood. Barbra Streisand and Robert De Niro have officially declared their intention to co-star in a film about Pollock and…