It's hard to get the current image of a tired and ticked-off Ted Turner out of one's mind. After all, he lost billions in the AOL Time Warner merger debacle, finding unlikely solace only in his bison…
Will "Billy Elliot -- The Musical" pirouette on Broadway? Now that the show is a British stage hit, questions about its chances of crossing the Pond have intensified from idle speculation to feverish…
Reality TV is about to see a battle -- between its writers and producers -- that's bitter enough to be worthy of its own reality show.
Making folks eat bugs for cash or stab their neighbors in the back just ain't what it used to be. Five years after TV's modern reality boom kicked off with "Survivor" and "Big Brother," producers of…
As well as the usual holiday tentpoles, Gallic cinemagoers who aren't in a hurry have another option this summer -- the 3-hour, 40-minute director's cut of "Heaven's Gate."
Delta Air Lines' Song has joined Starbucks as the latest in the nontraditional music market.
In the space of 24 hours last week, Londoners -- including the city's showbiz contingent -- went from elation to alarm and then to angst.
The biggest-budget film in Egyptian film history has just wrapped with controversy already brewing over its racy content. "The Yacoubian Building," based on Alaa Al-Aswany's bestselling novel…
When Warner Bros. scheduled "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" for a July 15 release, perhaps it should have considered an unlikely factor -- the literary calendar.
Strikeouts and errors are piling up faster and faster for the music industry as it appears desperate to find a rookie that can produce hits. Welcome to yet another summer mired in a slump.
Steven Spielberg is directing two films this year. Jeffrey Katzenberg is running the burgeoning animation empire in Glendale. So who's running the live-action business at DreamWorks? It turns out to…