Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles announced yesterday that the state's Tallahassee-based Film Bureau will be eliminated in favor of the public/private organization Entertainment Florida Inc.
Lawrence Gordon has abruptly pulled the plug on Largo Entertainment's planned early '93 production of "Mrs. California," a movie that Jonathan Lynn was set to direct and Melanie Griffith was to star…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and James Bond producer Danjaq Inc. settled their year-old legal battle that blocked MGM and its parent Pathe Communications from selling foreign TV distribution rights to the 007…
Universal Pictures' "Death Becomes Her" opened in the top spot in the United Kingdom last weekend.
A look at the development roster for Marvel characters in both film and TV reveals the unprecedented level of enthusiasm for such projects. On the film side:
Four world premieres, including Sam Shepard's "Silent Tongue" and Mike Newell's "Into the West," more than 30 international independent films and several seminars and tributes round out the crowded…
In an abrupt departure for one of Hollywood's most political and personal directors, John Sayles is attempting to assemble a collective of foreign partners to finance the April 15 start of the…
Skouras Pictures has appointed former Miramax distribution exec Marc Halperin president of marketing and distribution.
New World Entertainment has created two new operating areas geared to family entertainment--New World Family Filmworks and New World Action Animation--with Rick Ungar, president of New World…
A judge ruled yesterday that the play and movie "Driving Miss Daisy" was not based on the work of Henry Denker, an author of 24 novels who has had seven plays produced on Broadway.
Superman may be dead, but dozens of other superheroes from Spiderman to the Hulk are alive and well and inking deals in Hollywood.