Michele Ruiz, a reporter for the "KTLA Morning News" since its inception in July 1991, has been named to the vacant co-anchor post of the indie's prime time weekend news. She will continue her news…
For those "Poison Ivy" fans who haven't quite exhausted their appetite for psychotic yet seductive teenagers, here comes "The Crush"-- another by-the-numbers thriller longer on suspense than brains…
The American Film Marketing Assn. has inked a historical anti-piracy accord with the Cinematography Committee of the Russian Federation to curb illegal theatrical distribution of AFMA members' movies…
Spring holidays came hopping in with a trio of new eggs leading the box office. However, industry pundits predicted the order wrong. Leading the pack was Universal's "Cop and a Half" with $ 6.3…
Last Week…$ 69,400,000 1992…$ 87,400,000 1991…$ 107,000,000 Year to date…$ 972,300,000 *1992…$ 906,000,000 1991…$ 1,159,100,000 *– one week less
New Line Cinema Corp. is seeking a court order barring rival Cinema Line Films Corp. from using trademarks that it claims are confusingly similar.
While Wilmington, N.C., police continue to investigate the death of actor Brandon Lee, several motion picture prop masters told Daily Variety that responsibility for the fatal shooting (still being…
The April 1 story on USA Pictures made-fors gave an incorrect air date for "Alistair MacLean's Death Train." It will air April 14 on USA Network.
After a three-year arranged marriage by Touchstone prexy David Hoberman, Disney-based producers Wendy Dozoretz and Ellen Collett have decided to get a divorce where all future projects are concerned.
"Beethoven," the family dog from hell that cleaned up at the box office last year, is coming to the Fox network next season as part of its Monday prime time movie lineup.