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."
U.K. web Channel 4 hopes to bolster its reputation for pushing the creative envelope with a broadband-delivered documentary channel that will allow filmmakers to upload their fare.
If you happen to see a copy of Look magazine this week, rest assured you haven't been transported back in time to when Look successfully hooked its star to photos and general culture, including a…
Tuning In: TV's reigning lifestyle queen dumps nearly 4,000 shares of stock right before the price tumbles. Asst. D.A. Jack McCoy subsequently charges her not only with insider trading but also…
Hollywood's latest strategy to get teen girls into movie theaters? Scare the hell out of them. With a few exceptions, the recent string of successful scary films has been fueled by young women…
SBS Broadcasting's American founder and topper Harry Evans Sloan is pushing his Euro TV group into the digital age.
Unreleased movies never die. Now, they end up on the Internet. Ten years after production wrapped on the $3 million "Dead Girl," a dark drama about necrophilia, the Val Kilmer starrer is finally…
"How Far Will You Go?" blares Infinity's new $2 million in-your-face ad campaign, urging advertisers to jump aboard. The downtrodden radio group -- which bonked parent Viacom with a huge $11 billion…
During a recent tax audit, playwright Susan Miller got a surprising question. "What," asked her IRS agent, "does a play writer do?" Thus came a swift reminder that to the uninitiated, the theater can…