Director Paul Verhoeven, recent winner of the Bert Haanstra Oeuvre Priz, Holland's biggest film prize, will give a retrospective of his work in the Dutch Film Festival's In the Picture sidebar.
The surprise revelation that this year's Tony-winning best musical, "Avenue Q," would not be going on the road has caused consternation, to put it mildly, among presenters.
With the boy wizard still working his magic, "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," from Warner Bros., is expected to dominate the box office in its second week.
Canuck industryites are up in arms at Conservative Party plans to allow all U.S. satellite services to operate freely in Canada and to ax the broadcast regulator.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has announced its timetable for the 62nd Golden Globe Awards, skedded for Jan. 16. Kudocast will be telecast live on NBC.
Sat TV provider Pegasus Communications took another blow Thursday when a federal judge denied its request to prevent DirecTV from becoming a competitor.
David Soul will have a spring in his step -- more like a Springer, to be exact -- when he takes over the title role in "Jerry Springer -- The Opera" on the West End next month.
Mexican broadcaster Televisa has filed a $1 million lawsuit against telenovela actor Mauricio Islas, claiming he broke his contract.
Ray Charles, who was the first singer to successfully marry gospel with pop and R&B music and who went on to become one of America's most beloved performers, died Thursday at the age of 73.
Fox Kids Europe has reported a socko increase profits in the six months ended March 31 on the back of high revenues, as the company completes its rollout under new brand name Jetix.
The insolvency management of bankrupt German film group Senator Entertainment unveiled a restructuring plan Thursday that could free it of debt by September, paving the way for a new investor.