In a decision that will make it easier for celebrities to fight spurious lawsuits, the California Supreme Court held Thursday that a settlement demand made to entertainer Michael Flatley constituted…
The Donmar Warehouse production of John Mortimer's autobiographical play "A Voyage Round My Father" will transfer to Wyndham's Theater in the West End starting Sept. 14.
Fans of the Rolling Stones no longer need to buy a ticket to see the band live in concert. For the remainder of their "A Bigger Bang" tour, fans can access a Stones' show through new technology…
Actors' Equity has filed an unfair labor practice charge against American Girl Place for what the union contends is unfair treatment of thesps who appear in stage shows at American Girl Place, the…
Washington-based law firm Venable has opened a Los Angeles office by integrating two 10-attorney L.A.-based firms: Gorry Meyer & Rudd of Century City and Whitwell Jacoby Emhoff of Beverly Hills.
The Writers Guild of America has reported little progress in its most recent negotiations with CBS, covering 500 news writers, editors, assistants, graphic artists and researchers.
ICM has acquired boutique tenpercentery the Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann Agency, bolstering its television lit business and dramatically altering its leadership structure. Deal reps ICM…
The Writers Guild of America West is drawing a line in the sand on "America's Next Top Model." Guild has staged a week's worth of protests in the heat outside the reality show's production offices in…
"Pirates of the Caribbean" should finally cede the No. 1 spot this weekend, but it remains to be seen whether the pic poised to take its place, "Miami Vice," will come out a winner.
Turner Broadcasting has laid off 12 Court TV executives at a VP level or higher, including Charlie Collier, the web's high-profile exec VP and general manager of ad sales.