TriStar Pictures has negotiated a deal with Jeremiah Chechik to direct Joel Gross' script of "The Three Musketeers," moving the studio one step forward in its charge to beat Disney on the remake of…
Ballots will go out next month to nominate five of 28 films that are eligible this year for the fifth annual Scripter Awards, given to the author and screenwriter of the best realization of a book as…
The fourth annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival has been set for Jan. 7-17 with four world premieres, seven North American and six U.S. premieres already confirmed.
Though 1992 is not yet over, "There Goes the Neighborhood" is a top contender for the most outlandishly silly comedy of the year. The combination of a TV-inspired high concept and inept production…
Librarian of Congress James Billington will add 25 films to the historic National Film Registry list at a press conference Dec. 3 in the Library's Mary Pickford Theater.
New Line Cinema said release of director Louis Malle's "Damage" has been pushed back due to its previously reported skirmish with the Motion Picture Assn. of America over the movie's NC-17 rating…
Director Charles Matthau has acquired the rights to Roy Frumkes and Rocco Simonelli's script "Dust," which is described as a cross between "Thelma & Louise" and "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre."…
The Walt Disney Co. magic-carpet ride called "Aladdin" flew over the limited-run competition for the second weekend in a row.
A little bit of Mecca came to "Malcolm X" last week, as a representative from the holy city of Islam turned up for the West Coast premiere of the slain civil rights leader's biopic.
This is the final week for bids to take over Imagine Films and all suitors had better take pen in hand. In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer revealed…
Buena Vista's family fare "Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey" measured up with a G rating and Universal's "CB4" rated R in the 1,244th weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's…