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Two financial companies have sued Cannon Pictures Inc. in U.S. District Court for more than $ 14 million related to an alleged breach of a film financing contract.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences wants to get one thing straight: Oscar is not for sale.
Randi Mayem Singer, screenwriter of the Fox comedy "Mrs. Doubtfire," is getting ready to hand in a new, more reality-based script to producer Leonard Goldberg: "The Secret Life of Girls" is a story…
NATO/ShoWest '94 said Tuesday that John Rowley has been named recipient of the B.V. Sturdivant Award, which will be presented to the veteran exhibitor at the trade show's Reynolds & Reynolds…
Chief operating officer Matthew Saver will leave filmmaker James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment effective Jan. 1.
Camille Cosby has acquired the film and stage rights to the bestseller "Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years," it was announced Tuesday.
Hilarie Roope has been named vice president of Savoy Pictures' new post-production department. "As Savoy is gearing up to put out a full slate of 20 films a year, we are thrilled to have someone with…
After months of legal wrangling, Turner Entertainment Group is expected to announce its official acquisition of Castle Rock Entertainment in the next two days, sources said Tuesday.
Warner Bros.' "The Pelican Brief" swooped down and collected a brimming beakful worth $ 16,864,404 in its debut weekend.
Many of the L.A.-N.Y. exclusives continued their losing streak last weekend, falling victim to more mainstream holiday fare.