Often imitated but never equaled, Eppie Lederer's Ann Landers graced America's breakfast tables for almost a half century (1955-2002) with Midwestern folk wisdom and amusingly salty advice, along the…
Markets & Festivals
The Screen Actors Guild and the majors are taking baby steps toward resuming their long-stalled formal negotiations over the feature-primetime contract.
In 1969, the Odyssey Theater Ensemble's presentation of Bertolt Brecht's early play "A Man's a Man" began the company's extraordinary, award-winning run as one of the most consistently excellent…
In accepting the Akira Kurosawa lifetime achievement nod at the Tokyo Film Festival, helmer Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov recalled his elation when an idea he had suggested to Kurosawa popped up in…
Fox can't catch a break with this year's World Series, with Saturday's lengthy rain delay significantly cutting into the audience for Game 3.
The premiere of Southside Johnny's big band project with trombonist Richard "La Bamba" Rosenberg was executed impressively in moments of power or playfulness, although the two-hour show was a bit out…
Longtime Fox communications whiz Scott Grogin has been upped to senior VP of communications for the Fox Networks Group.
Warner Bros. has acquired rights to turn the Japanese action thriller anime "Ninja Scroll" into a live action feature. Alex Tse has been set to write the script.
"Tulpan," Sergey Dvortsevoy's drama of a young shepherd's attempts to woo and win a bride on the Kazakh steppes, took the Tokyo Sakura Grand Prix, the highest prize awarded at the 21st Tokyo Film…
Political upheaval rocked the Rome Film Festival over the weekend, with Italian policemen in riot gear and protesters facing off on the red carpet just as Teutonic terrorism-themed pics "The Baader…
"High School Musical 3: Senior Year" and "Saw V" divided and conquered the movie biz over the weekend, opening with $42 million and $30.5 million, respectively.• Review: Saw V • Review: High School…