In the old Broadway tradition, the show goes on. No matter that the critics trounced "Urban Cowboy" when it opened Thursday. No matter that the producers posted a closing notice the very next day. No…
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The Intl. Cinematographers Guild has tapped nine winners in its seventh annual Film Showcase competition, covering films 30 minutes in length or less.
It's a war of attrition out there, as a combo of Iraq TV coverage, superb weather in continental Europe and a shortage of must-see films resulted in another generally slow weekend at cinemas overseas.
There's good news and bad news for NBC's "Just Shoot Me." On the positive tip, Peacock has finally scheduled a return date for the Universal laffer, which has been on hiatus for several months.
Barring a ninth-inning settlement, New York's YES Network and Cablevision are going to shut Gotham's Yankees fans out of tonight's baseball opener.
Struggling America Online will announce today a series of broadband initiatives it hopes will stanch the flow of subscribers to other high-speed Internet service providers.
Chris and Paul Weitz are "Cracking Up." Sibling duo behind "American Pie" and "About a Boy" have been tapped to direct the pilot episode of Fox's Molly Shannon comedy pilot "Cracking Up."
"Survivor" exec producer Mark Burnett has paddled on board the upcoming WB summer reality skein "Boarding House: North Shore."
"KTLA Morning News" may have pioneered a new local TV staple Friday morning: a police chase without the police. KTLA helicopter reporter Jennifer York was flying over the 101 freeway, covering a…
SAG's campaign to merge with AFTRA may be overly eager to paint a picture of financial gloom. As part of a Web site presentation, SAG recently announced it is operating at a $6 million deficit, based…