There were few big announcements at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo, which wrapped May 16 in Los Angeles, but showbiz companies that bank huge licensing checks from the vidgame business did…
The Cannes Film Festival has ratcheted into full gear, though it took a bit longer to gather steam this year because of logistics problems due to the transit strike and SARS.
"The Paris Letter," a new play by Jon Robin Baitz, headlines the 2003-04 season of Boston's nonprofit Huntington Theater Co. Tentative dates for the new play are Oct. 31-Nov. 30.
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Rupert Murdoch officially bowed his new paybox, Sky Italia, to a packed press conference May 12 -- but journalists left the famous Cinecitta studios knowing little more than when they arrived.
Broadway grosses held steady during Week 50 (May 5-11), coming in just a few thousand dollars shy of last week's figure. The B.O. total was $13,933,375, with attendance of 215,809 off a bit, by 4%.
John Malone has come clean about his intentions for Vivendi Universal Entertainment. He wants it. All of it.
Is public-service television entering a brave new phase -- or is it about to be swept aside by multichannel competition?
The road grosses rose during Week 50 (May 5-11). Total of $13,642,431 for the 18 show reporting represented a rise of 15.9%
With a title like "Over 9 Billion Dead Served," documentarian Peter Livingston isn't shooting for subtlety in his examination of Hollywood's attitude toward onscreen carnage.
Cape Town, the location for the majority of international production activity in South Africa, could lose its star status as a result of greedy property owners in the city, many of whom are starting…