Joy Baker, a board member of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Ford's Theatre and other arts organizations, died at home April 24 after an 11-year battle with cancer.
An ironworker injured in a fall from the Hollywood sign while dismantling a movie promotion display sued Paramount Pictures, saying he has been unable to work since the accident.
A jury ruled Monday that Michael Oliver, the 11-year-old star of the two "Problem Child" movies, unjustly forced Universal Pictures to renegotiate his contract.
The National Endowment for the Arts awarded $ 53 million in grants Monday, with New York and California collectively receiving about $ 15 million.
Investigations into last month's serial bombings in Bombay have exposed reputed links between Muslim terrorists and the world's largest film industry.
The 11-year-old star of "The Problem Child" movies took the witness stand in his own defense Friday, testifying about gifts Universal Pictures sent him before it sued the young actor.
A former MCA employee accused of pumping more than 30 rifle shots at the company's Universal City headquarters pleaded innocent Thursday to the attack that injured eight women.
Saxophone player Steve Douglas, who played on albums by the Beach Boys and Phil Spector and toured with Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton, collapsed and died Monday during a recording session with Ry Cooder.
Is Michael Oliver a real-life problem child? Universal Pictures thinks so, and is suing the tiny 11-year-old "Problem Child" actor for $ 190,000.
A publisher of Tom Waits' music is suing the gravelly voiced singer, accusing him of interfering with the use of his songs in commercials.