Rap star Doug E. Fresh is making his feature debut in the urban adventure film "Let's Get Bizzee," the first film by director Carl Clay.
Japanese electronics giant JVC has agreed to fund the development of three pictures to be produced by Robert De Niro's indie company Tribeca.
TriStar Pictures confirmed the start of production on the Nicolas Cage/Shirley MacLaine starrer "Guarding Tess," which will be directed by Hugh Wilson and produced by Ned Tanen, Nancy Graham Tanen…
Just six months after British producer Stephen Woolley's Palace Pictures went bankrupt, the maverick has been named best film producer of the year by the Producers Guild of America for "The Crying…
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. has joined the state and federal film bodies to sponsor a series of seven-minute documentaries from new Aussie filmmakers.
The eighth edition of the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, highlighted by six world premieres and six U.S. preems, will unspool March 5-14.
Writer/producer George Stevens Jr. yesterday announced the production team for the American Film Institute Life Achievement Award salute to Elizabeth Taylor, scheduled for March 11 at the Beverly…
The box office "Groundhog" truly saw its shadow this past weekend, presaging six more weeks of winter weather. That's good news for the burrowing rodent, but national figures were shrinking as fierce…
Castle Hill Prods. has acquired all domestic rights to the low-budget indie "Un-Becoming Age," a comedy marking the feature debut for husband-and-wife duo Deborah and Alfredo Ringel.
Last Week…$ 100,200,000 1992…$ 100,900,000 1991…$ 120,000,000 Year to date…$ 516,400,000 *1992…$ 453,200,000 1991…$ 584,300,000 *– one week less
FROM ENTERTAINER TO REVOLUTIONARY: Castle Rock has cut a deal with Emmy-winning actress Lynn Whitfield ("The Josephine Baker Story") to star in and produce a movie about '60s radical Angela Davis.
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