Hollywood loves a party. The Golden Globes are but one of many awards events that will generate a social whirl this season because, whatever happens in the economy, the celebrating and schmoozing…
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Atari has bought North American publishing rights to the videogame version of "The Tale of Despereaux," Universal's upcoming toon about a heroic mouse.
Just as they have been battling all fall, ABC and CBS finished neck and neck in the last full week of November, with football again playing a key role in the holiday frame.
Otto Spoerri, former controller for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences who for more than two decades was in charge of the seating arrangements for the Oscars, died Saturday in his…
France dominates the field of Golden Globe contenders for foreign-language film, claiming 14 of the 53 slots qualified by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. Number is down from last year's initial…
Warner Bros. will distribute "The Dark Knight" on video-on-demand in South Korea, two weeks before its DVD release, making it the first Hollywood studio to release a blockbuster on VOD before DVD.
Paramount is in talks to build a theme park near Osaka, Japan's second largest city, according to Osaka governor Toru Hashimoto.
Spiritually indebted to "Mission: Impossible" and to a lesser degree "The Sting," "Leverage" seeks to revive the '70s-style caper, as a crack squad of crooks mounts fabulously elaborate scams -…
Ted Rogers, founder of Canada's largest cable-television and mobile-phone company and owner of the Toronto Blue Jays' baseball team, died in his Toronto home Tuesday.
Like the red carpet, gifting suites have become a staple of the awards-show experience. This year, with the Golden Globes and other events occurring in the midst of a severe economic downturn…
Frank Castle, aka the Punisher, was last seen in 2004 unleashing his inner homicidal maniac on the mobsters who killed his wife and children. In the latest installment, "Punisher: War Zone," Frank is…