Credit the Actors' Gang for its distinctive aesthetic: Ghoulish makeup, garish costumes, crude sets and provocative music are all hallmarks of the Gang's forceful style.
Actor Robert (Tex) Allen, who began his career during the 1930s, died Oct. 9 in Oyster Bay, N.Y., following a brief bout with cancer. He was 92. Allen, born I.E. Theodore Baehr, graduated from the…
Cynthia Parsons McDaniel, Gotham-based VP of publicity for Gramercy Pictures since 1997, will become special projects editor for InStyle, the Time Inc. celebrity lifestyle magazine.
After seeing his long-time plans almost scuttled due to the lack of a suitable theater, producer Roy Gabay has revealed that the Chicago-based Famous Door Theater Co.'s production of Jonathan…
Television and Broadway producer Joseph Cates, father of actress Phoebe Cates and the man who cast Art Carney in “The Honeymooners,” died of leukemia complications on Saturday in New York. He was 74…
Cathy Gelbart, daughter of prolific TV writer Larry Gelbart, died Saturday of cancer in Los Angeles. She was 50. A former Writers Guild America West member, she penned several TV scripts. In addition…
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, who has been moonlighting in the movie biz with his Jagged Films, is working on two projects that bridge the worlds of music and movies. One could lead to a…
AFI Fest '98 is organizing a program for screenwriters and film industry professionals in association with the Writers Guild.
Bale back in ‘Psycho’ analysis Christian Bale, who was left at the altar this spring on “American Psycho” for Lions Gate Films, has suddenly emerged again as the front-runner to play the yuppie…
The Spanish film industry looks set to enjoy tax breaks on production investment for the first time.
Comedian Mitch Hedberg has inked an exclusive talent deal with 20th Century Fox TV, which is expected to develop a half-hour sitcom with him for Fox Broadcasting Co. The fledgling Fox TV Studios also…