John Irving is witnessing a real version of his novel "Setting Free the Bears," about a guy who empties the zoo only to see hungry townsfolk eat the animals.
Hoping it won't be forced into a pair of cement Mouse ears, Touchstone Pictures has given a greenlight to helmer Jim Abrahams' "Jane Austen's Mafia," a parody of "The Godfather" that will star Lloyd…
The Writers Guild of America West has announced the panelists and attendees for a conference in Maui scheduled for Aug. 23-27.
Cruising at a dizzying altitude of $26.2 million, Sony's "Air Force One" in its second sortie simultaneously set a new August record and lifted the overall box office to a new August weekend high.
The White House has officially nominated Michael Powell for a Republican vacancy at the Federal Communications Commission.
In a landmark judgment, the Irish Supreme Court has permitted U2's Dublin concerts to go ahead on Aug. 30 and 31, after an earlier attempt to host the homecoming gigs in the capital was refused…
Despite serious difficulties in joining the guilds' health and pension plans, AFTRA officials are pushing forward to find a viable alternative that could lead to the completion of the planned merger…
Vanguard Films has optioned the Laurence Shames novel "Scavenger Reef," a comedy/thriller about murderous greed in the art world, set in Key West.
Bunim/Murray Prods. has acquired the domestic rights to "Wanted," an off-the-beaten-path U.K. series that's part gameshow, part scavenger hunt and part suspense thriller.
First lady Hillary Clinton is smokin' over Julia Roberts's nonstop puffing in "My Best Friend's Wedding."