Strands: Director/choreographer Matthew Bourne's stage version of "Edward Scissorhands" is aiming toward a London preem in November at Sadler's Wells Theater, where five-time Olivier Award winner…
Voiceover: Two of the country's cultural icons are back in the public eye, and as different as their personas, their politics and their fan bases are, both have gone through radical makeovers, if not…
Numbers don't lie -- except in Hollywood. In a town known for its creative math, it's never much of a shock to hear that someone's fudged the numbers just a little. But in recent weeks, network…
South African helmer Zola Maseko's "Drum" scooped the top prize March 5 at Fespaco, Africa's most prestigious film fest.
Forget drawing from Shakespeare, Ibsen and Greek tragedy. . . Young dramatists are churning out plays inspired by cult movies, trashy TV and their own pop culture icons. That means not only Paris…
Now that Hollywood has embraced"Arrested Development" with a comedy series Emmy, the show is embracing Hollywood right back, jamming episodes with industry references.
It wasn't the glitz that lured Sony Pictures Entertainment topper Michael Lynton back to studio land. It was the economic stability DVD brings to an otherwise volatile business.
With Mel Brooks and Susan Stroman's "The Producers" starting production for Universal and Sony, New Line is making some bold plans to primp its own film-to-Broadway-and-back project "Hairspray."
Warner Music Group Corp., home to Madonna and Linkin Park, on Friday revealed plans for an initial public offering, filing with regulators to sell up to $750 million of common stock.
CBS won every half-hour of primetime on Thursday, powered by dominant victories by "CSI" and "Survivor" and some of the best numbers to date for "Without a Trace," according to preliminary nationals…
Sally Caplan has been appointed as the new head of the U.K. Film Council's flagship Premiere Fund, one of the most visible and influential jobs in the British film industry.