Julie Delpy will star in psychological thriller "The Legend of Lucy Keyes," directed by John Stimpson.
Midway Games may not be for sale, yet, but the Sumner Redstone-owned vidgame publisher and his media conglom Viacom are playing very nicely. Both companies confirmed that Midway CEO David Zucker will…
James Vanderbilt has signed a seven-figure deal to adapt former counter-terrorism chief Richard A. Clarke's book "Against All Enemies," which John Calley is producing at Columbia.
The redesign of the Arts & Leisure section at the Sunday New York Times won no raves from Off Off Broadway. The small-print column known as the Guide used to provide a comprehensive listing of all…
Bye bye, YM. Bertelsmann's Gruner + Jahr has struck a deal to sell the seminal but troubled teen title to Conde Nast for an estimated $25 million.
For the second time in six months, a hit Broadway musical is folding its Toronto engagement prematurely, failing to fulfill the hopes of an open-ended run.
Cynthia Watros is headed to "Washington Street" for CBS. The former co-star of "The Drew Carey Show" and "Titus" has been cast as the lead in the half-hour comedy project, which had been given a…
For months it looked like Hollywood would stand to reap hundreds of millions -- if not billions -- of dollars over the next decade from a corporate tax bill making its way through Congress.
MTV and the Osbournes are taking "American Idol" to the heavy-metal level. Cabler and "Osbournes" stars Ozzy and Sharon are launching "Battle for Ozzfest," a 12-episode reality competition in which…
A study by SAG reveals that the number of theatrical TV and feature roles available to actors has declined for the third year in a row, down a whopping 17% from 2000.
John Cusack and Dermot Mulroney have inked to play the male leads opposite Diane Lane in Warner Bros. Pictures' romantic comedy "Must Love Dogs."