Earlier this month, the WB laid off nearly 15% of its staff, getting rid of several high-profile execs. Cuts were part of the overall belt-tightening at parent Time Warner, but they also reflected…
It's hard to say anything new or enlightening about Marilyn Monroe -- especially about her death.
Holiday shoppers are spending on Broadway, too. Total grosses for Week 28 (Dec. 5-11) rose $976,231 to $19,029,206, a particularly jolly tally for a traditionally robust season.
Every year, studio execs proclaim that it's a wide-open year for Oscars -- convincing themselves that their film has a chance. But this time, they mean it.
Is Univision for sale? Given the latest turn of events, most pundits think that's a logical assumption. The first hint was the surprise announcement in its November third-quarter report that it would…
Voiceover: Plain ole death, unlike murder, has never been a big draw in primetime, but increasingly the theme is creeping into drama series and finding resonance.
To parents' groups hell-bent on cleaning up cable TV, networks like FX, Comedy Central and MTV are the spawn of the devil.
Forget Final Cut: Moviemaking is now as easy as playing a videogame. Activision's "The Movies" is being sold as a "sim" -- or simulation game -- where players run a Hollywood studio. Within the game…
The future of American theater has become child's play at the Kennedy Center. A prime space where the American Film Institute once showcased classic pics has been turned into the center's 324-seat…
Facing a weak local film biz, Mexican film producers are realizing that local success is not enough. Mexican-run and L.A.-based film production company Success Films is betting on an international…
Hear the one about the screenplay so dangerous it got squashed by the Department of Homeland Security? Several million Los Angeles TV viewers did late last month, when KNBC aired a report that…