- November 29, 1999
Jay Moloney enjoyed wealth, power, and an exceedingly rich life -- everything Hollywood had to offer Mike Ovitz's heir apparent, except the ability to survive.
- December 2, 2002
- Gangs of Tinseltown
With studios releasing their holiday movies one after another, the season is shaping up as the most competitive -- for Oscar contenders as well as box office -- in years.
- June 29, 1998
- Sun Valley Daze
Herbert Allen's annual retreat for Hollywood moguls and Wall Street tycoons once was secret, and nearly all-male. Is a p.c. wind sweeping through the Idaho hills?
- November 4, 2002
- The Id Couple
Scott Rudin and Harvey Weinstein make first-class movies they really care about (as do the grown-ups who see them). So it's not surprising that when they work together, sparks tend to fly.
- July 21, 2003
- Sly Fox
Every studio has a mini-studio to make cheaper, quirkier films (and keep talent happy), but none have done it as cunningly as Fox has with Fox Searchlight.
- July 26, 1999
- Eyes Wide Open
Bob Daly and Terry Semel may have had Hollywood's most stable partnership, but their decision to leave Warner Bros. after twenty years underscores how moribund Hollywood is.
- May 24, 1999
- Menace, Anyone?
As the summer movie season gets under way, there's that "Star Wars" prequel -- and then there's everything else. Here's how the studios will fare against the "Phantom" juggernaut.
- February 7, 2000
- American Duty
Along with watching the ball drop on New Year's Eve and overeating during the Super Bowl, we have a common need to handicap the Oscars; herewith, an insider's tip sheet.
- September 15, 2003
- Losing Nemo
Pixar toppled The Lion King’s box-office record and made a pile of money for Disney. So why can’t Michael Eisner and Steve Jobs just get along?
- January 29, 2001
- Wonder Boys
After a career full of singles and doubles, the team at Sony Pictures Classics has finally hit its first home run with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.