Ernest Borgnine, who is still appearing in films and TV shows at 92, will be feted with a lifetime achievement award at August's Rhode Island Film Festival. Borgnine's 199th film, "Another Harvest…
George Resing, Jr., TV exec who developed "PM Magazine" and "The Phil Donahue Show," died in Novato, Calif. on June 6. He was 80.
Mark Mandala, who served as president of the ABC Television Network in the late 1980s, died July 11 in Dorset, Vt. He was 72.
Tony Scott, longtime TV critic for Daily Variety, died Tuesday in Los Angeles after several years of declining health. He had suffered a fall in June, striking his head. He was 85.
IFC Films has set Sundance entry "In the Loop," with James Gandolfini, which premieres in theaters on July 24, to also preem on cable video-on-demand this month.
Voiceover announcer Ken Roberts, who introduced soap operas "Love of Live" and "The Secret Storm," died June 19 of pneumonia in New York. He was 99.
Michael Jackson's death was much like his life -- a circus of rabid fans, family, opportunists and media members, who were in a frenzy Thursday trying to confirm yet another rumor about one of the…
Farrah Fawcett, the Texas-born actress and sex symbol who shot to fame as one of "Charlie's Angels" and later earned acclaim in serious roles, including in telepic "The Burning Bed," died Thursday of…
The third annual Los Angeles Greek Film Fest kicks off Thursday, with the world premiere of IFC Films' "I Hate Valentine's Day" screening on Saturday.
Character actor Hal Riddle, an avid collector of Hollywood memorabilia, died June 17 in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was 89.
A four-day salute to helmer Hal Ashby kicks off Thursday at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences in Beverly Hills with a screening of a new print of the cult classic "Harold and Maude."