On Aug. 8, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences board of governors will convene for the first time since they voted to move up the Oscarcast a month, to Feb. 29, 2004.
So far, no one has suggested that New Year's Day be shifted to mid-December. But starting in 2004, every other date in Hollywood's calendar will be earlier than usual: As Oscar goes, so goes the…
Many in Hollywood were dubious that the Academy would actually take the bold step of moving Oscar to February. But now reality has set in.
Miramax Home Entertainment will release the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" Sept. 24 in a two-disc DVD set that includes six hours of bonus features.
"Country Bears" opens July 26, the first of a slew of feature films based on Disneyland attractions. And what a great idea that is! Disneyland holds unlimited film possibilities. Well, maybe not…
Federico Fellini's "Juliet of the Spirits" and Peter Weir's "The Last Wave" this weekend will kick off the second annual cable fest that goes under the title Sundance Channel Presents Classic World…
Starting in 2004, the Oscars will absolutely, definitely be held a month earlier than usual. Well, maybe. The board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences voted June 25 to move up the date…
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
Kent Kubena has signed on as veepee and head of development for Art Echo, helmer Dennis Dugan's year-old production company that's based on the Sony lot.
Modern Entertainment has closed a series of deals for all forms of home entertainment (including DVD) from Playboy Home Entertainment.
Center Theater Group/Ahmanson Theater has added two productions to its 2002-03 season: Lily Tomlin in "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe" and the revival of tuner "42nd Street."