It's the best of times and the worst of times for movie marketers, with holiday releases offering the usual seasonal bounty of star-studded pics to promote -- even as dramatic news events preoccupy…
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Emmy held hostage, Day 25. In the latest blow to the twice-delayed kudocast, exec producer Don Mischer has bowed out of the event.
Incoming Academy of Television Arts & Sciences chairman Bryce Zabel has finalized his executive committee, which meets today to explore the org's Emmy options.
TV academy officials and CBS execs hope to make a decision by Friday on how to proceed with this year's Emmy Awards.
Don't put away that "business casual" attire just yet -- the Emmy Awards, or some version of it, may still happen after all.
French iconoclast Jacques Audiard skillfully bends some established genres in "Read My Lips," an offbeat romance-cum-film noir between a half-deaf wallflower and a down-at-the-heels thief. Audiard…
TV Academy officials and CBS execs were understandably nauseous Sunday night, after a grueling day-long ride on the Emmy-go-round.
Hollywood tradition dictates the show must go on -- but the television community now seems poised to throw in the towel on the 53rd annual Emmy Awards.
Nobody ever confused E!'s news with CNN, but on Sunday both cable networks were busy covering their respective beats live and in detail.