Cheech Martin, Roselyn Sanchez and Nick Cannon attended Miramax's fete on Thursday in Gotham for upcoming film, "Underclassman."
Robert Baird and Dan Gerson sold an untitled comedy pitch to Warner Bros. for Donald De Line to produce. Information was incorrect in Tuesday’s paper.
A correction was made to this article on May 4, 2005 Under the Bush administration, Part II, every facet of life in Washington seems to be subject to an ideological litmus test. The latest example is…
Last week, President Bush told a group of newspaper editors that he supports government efforts to regulate material on cable TV. Later, a White House spokesman retracted the statement, saying the…
Blame the press. That's the latest coping mechanism for General Motors, whose slumping share price and falling profits have generated a wave of negative media coverage.
The Emmys need an overhaul. At the very least, organizers hould consider changes to reverse shrinking ratings, which have fallen by a third in the last two years. This week, the Board of Governors of…
For Hollywood, MGM v. Grokster, which goes before the Supreme Court next week, is the most significant technology case the court has heard in two decades. So what’s wrong with the studios’ case…
The Academy has plenty of reasons to be satisfied with Sunday’s Oscar telecast. Chris Rock got people talking. The show was a half-hour shorter than last year’s. And though its ratings slipped 5%…
There are very few places in America where people are paid gobs of money to sit in a room and tell offensive jokes. But that’s business as usual for sitcom writers, judging from a sexual harassment…
Dr. James C. Dobson, founder of the Colorado Springs-based ministry, Focus on the Family, says that SpongeBob SquarePants has a secret agenda: promoting homosexuality to American kids. The charge…