Robin Williams will unleash original stand-up material exclusively online through spoken word Web site Audible Inc.
This year, several prominent pictures tread what has always been one of the finest filmic lines of demarcation: raising social and political awareness while avoiding the soapbox. Movies like Frank…
CAA has announced that communications and political consultant Wendy Smith will join the agency today as director of corporate communications.
Danny Boyle's "The Beach" is slated for a spot in the official Berlin Intl. Film Festival lineup (likely out of competition), with star Leonardo DiCaprio coming to Berlin during its Feb. 9-20 run.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group is becoming one of the biggest and most influential owners of legit playhouses in the world, following the company's purchase Sunday of London's Stoll Moss…
The last year of the old millennium was a special one for Pedro Almodovar on at least two counts: The rights to his first international hit, "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," are back in…
Paul Monash, whose credits date back to television's earliest years, has been named this year's winner of the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award from the Writers Guild of America, West.
Old media met new in a big way Monday as America Online announced plans to buy Warner Bros. parent Time Warner in an all-stock combination the companies valued at $350 billion -- the first mega-deal…
The MGM lion is ready to leap into syndication latenight with a NATPE slate that adds gameshow "Sex Wars" to its lineup. Additionally, Leo has named hosts for both "Sex" and upcoming talker "Chat…
Reflecting the topsy-turvy season it has been thus far in honoring the top films of 1999, the National Society of Film Critics split its best picture award between "Being John Malkovich" and…
Life is beautiful for Annette Bening. The "American Beauty" star recently was nominated for a best actress Golden Globe and is considered a front-runner for an Oscar nom in the same category. Before…
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