Rap recording producer Sean "Puffy" Combs, the founder and CEO of Bad Boy Entertainment, is adding to his notoriety by becoming co-publisher of Notorious, a bimonthly lifestyle magazine that will be…
A very strong U.S. presence distinguishes the 20th edition of the Intl. Festival of New Latin American Cinema, which unspools in the Cuban capital through Friday.
The Assn. of American Publishers has tapped celebs Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg to star in a new "Get Caught Reading Month" advertising and promotion campaign.
Sky Networks, the programming arm of satcaster BSkyB, has committed to invest $25 million in British movies over the next two years through its new film production unit, Sky Pictures.
Spyglass Entertainment partners Roger Birnbaum and Gary Barber will make the Edward Norton-directed comedy "Keeping the Faith" the first project they've hatched from scratch since forming their…
Comedian Ray Romano is set to return as host of the 25th annual People's Choice Awards Jan. 10, to be held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. Daily Variety columnist Army Archerd will co-host.
A memorial gathering for Broadway and television producer Joseph Cates will be held Friday at the Directors Guild of America's headquarters in Los Angeles.
Russia's distributors may have gone through hard times since August's crisis hit, but that has not stopped major local player Carmen from expanding its activities in an unexpected direction -- toward…
It's sayonara Screech and bye-bye Mr. Belding: "Saved by the Bell: The New Class" -- the longtime linchpin of NBC's Saturday ayem teen skein -- is exiting the Peacock web after seven seasons.
Hedwig is undergoing yet another change: from lead thesp John Cameron Mitchell to Michael Cerveris in the Off Broadway sex-reassignment phenom "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
FCC chairman William Kennard has pulled the plug on this month's scheduled vote regarding ownership regulations, including a controversial proposal to eliminate local marketing agreements.
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