The boxed set of Garth Brooks' six-album repertoire "The Limited Series" was the bestselling album in the nation last week, with a whopping 372,000 copies going home with consumers, according to…
Roy Rowan, a longtime radio and TV broadcaster best known as Lucille Ball's announcer for more than two decades, died Sunday of heart failure at his home in Encino. He was 78.
Relations between Hollywood and China are not always so chilly as they may sometimes appear.
In an upbeat report on the state of the Gallic film industry, France's Centre National de la Cinematographie head Marc Tessier reported the most active year in a decade. Last year, the French…
Austin Goss, who worked as a chief lighting technician in the film industry, died March 31 of unreported causes in Maple Corners, Vt. He was 36.
Actor Peter Berg, whose directorial debut, "Very Bad Things," briefly stirred the otherwise sedate L.A. acquisitions community into a lather of excitement, has signed to helm his next picture for…
A controversial decision banning a subsidiary of Alliance Communications from distributing feature films in Quebec has been reversed, the company announced earlier this week.
Barry Diller and his new programming chief at USA Network, Stephen Chao, are preaching the sermon of breaking the cable mold with eye-opening original programming. But they've just ponied up more…
Back Stage West, the Los Angeles version of the performers trade weekly, has acquired its competitor, Drama-Logue.
Willem Dafoe, in Cannes to help pitch "Lulu on the Bridge," says he's setting up "Continental Drift" to produce and topline, with Agnieszka Holland attached to helm.