Brad Ingelsby began last week as a 27-year-old AFI grad living with his parents in Pennsylvania and working for his father's insurance business.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has tapped nine award recipients for the org's first Television Academy Honors.
Jon Heder and Dax Shepard have been set to star with Kristen Bell in "When in Rome," which David Diamond and David Weissman wrote. Mark Steven Johnson will direct the feature for Disney.
At its basest formulation, a videogame franchise with annual sequels is a lot like a car with a new model every fall.
NBC News' Richard Engel has won Northwestern U.'s prestigious Medill Medal of Courage for the MSNBC show "War Zone Diary." The honor is a first for broadcast journalism.
Williamstown Theater Festival has announced the rest of its '08 lineup.
While preparing to take Fox Television to the Supreme Court over a handful of expletives, the Federal Communications Commission let expire a separate $27,500 indecency fine against the network for…
Fox's "Horton" heard victory cheers for the second frame in a row, as the CGI toon beat out another solid bow for Tyler Perry and a weak opening for Judd Apatow and Owen Wilson's "Drillbit Taylor."
Playwrights Horizons has announced additional casting for "Saved," the upcoming musical adaptation of Brian Dannelly's 2004 film.
The Negro Ensemble Company is celebrating its 40th season with Layon Gray's "Webeime," a spoken word/choreopoem piece set to open on April 4.
Ola Brunkert, a former drummer for the Swedish pop band Abba, was found dead March 16; he apparently had hit his head on a glass door in his home in Mallorca, Spain. He was 62.