Loews Theatres, a division of Sony Retail Entertainment, has promoted Michael Norris to executive vice president.
NBC's midseason replacement "Just Shoot Me" has the honor of being the only new show to equal its numbers from last week as well as build on its lead-in.
Los Angeles attorney Bruce Fishelman has filed a class action lawsuit against America Online for alleged racketeering and violations of the public trust.
What is the big deal about cloning? Everyone seems all worked up about scientists bringing a few extra sheep and monkeys into the world, but it's really not that big a deal: Hollywood has been…
Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-Mass.) introduced a bill Thursday that would ban hard-liquor advertising on television and radio.
Neighbors and environmentalists have for months argued the pros and cons of DreamWorks' proposed Playa Vista development and Universal's proposed expansion.
The force is really with the French. In its first foreign territory, the "Star Wars" reissue blasted off in France Wednesday with socko results.
CBS' new cable network Eye on People, which faces a launch date of March 31 with no subscribers on board, claimed on Thursday that it has signed a "carriage agreement" with Time Warner Cable.
The Canadian government has denied Polygram Filmed Entertainment an exemption from rules that restrict its distribution activities in Canada, but the company is setting up shop here anyway.
Oscar-winner Marlee Matlin is set to star in Moonstone Entertainment's mystery-suspense drama "When Justice Fails," which begins shooting in Montreal on May 14.