- September 15, 2002
- The Boys of Summer
Who really won this summer's box-office sweepstakes? Was it the studio with the testosterone-fueled action hits or the little romantic comedy with a friend in high places?
- November 13, 2000
- Almost Infamous
Celebrating its first profitable year, DreamWorks exhibits the charm and the hauteur of a classic studio -- leaving Hollywood skeptical about the big picture.
- June 1, 1998
- Seven Days in May
Every spring, Hollywood descends on Manhattan to tout the new fall TV shows, and every spring, we scratch our heads and wonder, "What were they thinking?"
- August 30, 1999
- Playing the Percentages
When Jim Wiatt jumped to the William Morris Agency after twenty years at ICM, the message was clear -- when the studios' profits dwindle, it's every agent for himself.
- February 24, 2003
- Harvey, Wallbanger
Miramax hit the mother lode of Oscar nominations, especially with Chicago and Gangs of New Yorkfilms as brash as honcho Harvey Weinstein. Does anyone else stand a chance?
- February 10, 2003
- Swag and Swagger
For a week in late winter, Park City, Utah, is indie filmmaking’s wildest bazaar, with people hawking their goods and hoping to stamp the tony Sundance brand on their products.