On the heels of the release of "Guncrazy," another indie distributor is experimenting with releasing a film theatrically after TV exposure.
Universal Pictures has purchased Nicholas Seldon and Robert Skotak's spec screenplay "The Brink" for producer Mike Finnell and director Joe Dante's Renfield Prods., sources said yesterday.
The team behind "The Silence of the Lambs" is back -- in a manner of speaking.
Harold Lloyd's silent film classic "Safety Last" resurfaces Friday night when the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra premieres composer-conductor Carl Davis' score during a fund-raiser at UCLA's Royce…
The death of Brandon Lee will likely cause the film industry to once again revisit the issue of safety on sets.
The best picture Oscar winner, Warner Bros.' "Unforgiven," shot up approximately 230% the day following the Oscar telecast, according to industry tracking.
ITC Entertainment Group prez-CEO Chris Gorog announced his resignation yesterday, citing "strategic differences" with the board of directors over the "future direction" of the TV/film…
New Line Cinema has promoted Mark Ordesky to veepee of acquisitions and co-productions, bumping him up from executive director of acquisitions, the company announced yesterday.
The USA Network has created a new umbrella category for original cable movies that feature bigger budgets and higher-profile actors than the typical USA made-fors.
Monday is the first entry deadline for the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, for programs originally broadcast between June 1, 1992, and April 5. A second deadline, for programs airing as late as…
'Pinocchio' 10.2 mil units shipped Walt Disney Home Video also reports that in just six days of release (March 23-28) the restored, reissued animated classic generated sales of more than 4 million…