Davis-Panzer Prods. Inc. is seeking at least $ 8.3 million in compensatory damages from helmer Russell Mulcahy for allegedly repudiating an agreement to direct "Highlander III: The Magician."
Brit documaker Nick Broomfield adds another quality notch to his belt with "Aileen Wuornos," a quizzical, horror-show look at the hype surrounding the so-called "world's first female serial killer,"…
Harrison Ford has been confirmed as star and Andrew Davis ("Under Siege") as director of Warner Bros.'
Scott Solomon has been tapped director of development for Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films, which is based at Disney under an overall production deal.
A consortium of Taiwanese and South Korean businesses are in negotiations with several U.S. majors to put up cash for territorial rights to slates of pictures as well as an equity stake in those…
The lineups for the dramatic and documentary independent feature film competitions in the upcoming Sundance Film Festival were announced yesterday. Seventeen fictional films and 15 docus will vie for…
Hollywood Pictures has purchased Steve Rudnick and Leo Benvenuti's first spec script "The Santa Clause" with hopes of making it a feature debut vehicle for comedian Tim Allen, star of…
The motion picture industry's gamble of scheduling fewer holiday releases this year in hopes of bigger grosses and enhanced profits seems to be paying off.
ABC closed out its first November sweeps victory in 14 years last Wednesday with a convincing nightly win, built around a commanding 9-10 p.m. performance by the new team of "Home Improvement" and…
Director-producer Arthur Hiller plans to steer away from comedies for now, and to that end is developing a number of eclectic projects under his 1 1/2 -year-old Golden Quill Prods. banner.
"The Crying Game" belied its name over its opening weekend for distributor Miramax Films, opening with $ 34,778 at Gotham's Loews Columbus Circle and $ 25, 435 at the Angelika Film Center. "Game"…
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