TV toppers made celebrities of themselves at the 30th Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival that closed Sunday, following a long weekend that former BBC director general John Birt would sooner forget.
The German box office plummeted 16% in the first six months of the year to e352.5 million ($433 million) -- the worst results for six years.
CBS News has a complaints department. Vaughn Ververs, media critic and former editor of National Journal's Hotline blog, begins his role as Public Eye editor today, making him an arbiter of fairness…
The 22nd annual Video Music Awards -- the second time the kudocast was held in Miami -- was overshadowed by Mother Nature and by violence.
Warner Bros. Pictures has paid a low-seven-figures sum for "Whiskey River," a spec script by former secretary of the Navy James Webb that scribe-playwright John Patrick Shanley will adapt. Castle…
“The Island,” continuing to overcome a disappointing domestic performance, won its third straight foreign box office crown with $9.7 million at more than 4,800 screens in 48 markets during a moderate…
TNT and Dean Devlin are teaming for "Talk to Me," an hourlong show set in the world of hostage crisis negotiators. Cabler has made a pilot commitment to the project, scripted by Paul Guyot ("Judging…
Showing durable playability, Universal’s “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” held onto the top spot for a second week, accumulating $16.4 million over the weekend. That brings the total on the Steve Carell…
He has been called many things: Asia's Spielberg, because of the diverse range of movies he has made; Father of Hong Kong's New Wave, for reinventing the action genre in the 1970s and 1980s; and more…
Venice jury prexy Dante Ferretti is not a man to mince words. "Are you asking me what on Earth possessed me do it?" says the revered Italian production designer, a 2004 Oscar winner for "The Aviator."