Success hasn't changed Bob Cavallo. "Bob is one of the few guys in the industry completely unaffected by the trappings that come with success," says John Sykes, president of MTV Network Development…
It's somehow fitting that in the past year, Helen Mirren won a slew of awards -- including an Oscar, a BAFTA, an Emmy and a pair of Golden Globes -- for playing not one but two Queen Elizabeths, I…
When Jane Friedman walked into the Rainbow Room in New York recently, all eyes turned to record her arrival. The HarperCollins president-CEO wasn't the only high-profile exec in attendance; the room…
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles1Daily:$7.6M Cumulative:$79.8M Paramount Pictures 13.49%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$6.6M Cumulative:$188.5M Disney 23.68%
Into the Storm
Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
Laura Ziskin says she's obsessed with the power of the media. "If the Founding Fathers could have envisioned an institution as powerful as the broadcast media, they would have instituted some checks…
Blair Berk is concerned someone will die. Berk has emerged as one of the entertainment industry's top criminal defense lawyers, aggressively working behind the scenes for such clients as Mel Gibson…
To the uninitiated, Bjork is that odd woman who wore the swan dress to the Oscars and was then mocked by comedians for years afterward. But as Iceland's best-known export, Bjork has gone from the…
Van Morrison and Hollywood seem to have a "crazy love" for each other. Over 35 years, Morrison's tunes have been featured in more than 70 films.
When country music superstar Keith Urban was trying to get his first recording contract, many Nashville record execs suggested the crooner unplug his electric guitar and lower his voice. But…
Stephanie Sperber likes to keep things simple. As exec VP of Universal Studios Partnerships, Sperber believes the best pacts are the ones where the goals are easy to understand.
Country music isn't dead in Los Angeles; it just has a weaker signal. And it's the genre's response to that frailty that will define its future in the big cities.