As America readies for another foray into the Persian Gulf, a handful of Hollywood's elite are seeking to stem the tide of oil that tethers us to the region.
While working as an investor at Kookmin Venture Capital in the late 1990s, Park Moo-seung convinced his bosses to let him speculate in the entertainment industry, and he turned out a handsome profit…
The campaign to persuade the Australian government to extend the film tax credit to big-budget TV productions is up and running again after the U.S. majors, which had led the attack, pulled out.
A blockbuster hit can be a hard act to follow. Hong Kong native Andrew Lau made a name for himself in the mid-1990s with the popular "Young & Dangerous" series. Then his 1998 hit, "The Stormriders,"…
Canal Plus is hoping Gallic rapper Joey Starr and mainstream crooner Francis Lalanne will bring "Osbournes"-style oomph to its ratings.
With reality shows and family sitcoms dominating the Nielsen ratings, the disconnect between TV critics and couch potatoes has never been wider.
A lighthearted comedy called "Crackerjack," about the geriatric sport of lawn bowling, is a good bet to generate interest at next month's American Film Market in Santa Monica after topping the box…
The arrival of new honchos Steven Erlanger and Frank Rich to the New York Times' arts section may give staffers the impression that the culture desk is in order.
Broadway bustled over the holidays while other businesses slumbered, closing 2002 with hefty box office gains over the previous two years despite the country's lingering economic uncertainty.
Eighteen months after it was announced -- and after missing several hoped-for launch dates last year -- China's second film distributor finally looks like it is getting off the ground.
It seems global mogul Rupert Murdoch is leading a charge from the West onto China's airwaves. Murdoch-backed channels have won approval for a big expansion behind the Bamboo Curtain, bringing the…