AMC Entertainment Inc. posted a significant turnaround in earnings for the third quarter. The nation's largest theater chain recorded $ 3.2 million (20 cents a share) in net income for the period…
The Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency this week took possession of the Egyptian Theater as part of a long-range plan to restore the outside of the movie palace and then sell it.
Student screenwriter Marty Stevens-Heebner won the top honor yesterday at the sixth annual Diane Thomas Screenwriting Awards.
In yesterday's story about Matthew Modine's signing with William Morris Agency, Steve Martin, Rick Moranis, Brad Pitt and Samuel L. Jackson were listed as part of "a string of talent defections" in…
Republic Pictures has attracted yet another big player to its table. Steve Wynn, the flamboyant chairman of Mirage Resorts Inc., has purchased a 9 .5% stake in the film and video production company…
Like the Genie in Disney's $ 200-million-bound "Aladdin," animation is suddenly everywhere in all shapes and sizes in films, and on television.
"Extreme Justice" was officially downgraded from an NC-17 to an R in the 1, 254th bulletin from the Motion Picture Assn. of America Inc.'s Classification & Rating Administration. As previously…
Once again, filmmakers and TV producers are asking: What's Disney's secret?
The following is a recap of movies in pre-production for TriStar Pictures: "Guarding Tess" (starts Feb. 17): To be directed by Hugh Wilson, the pic stars Nicolas Cage and Shirley MacLaine.
For most animation fans, the big news in 1993 is the summer re-issue of Disney's first full-length cartoon, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
Yurek Bogayevicz's new romantic comedy, "Three of Hearts," which received its world premiere at Sundance as a work-in-progress, is shallow, contrived and less than credible. But marvelously…