"I don't want to sell things," Robin Williams told a packed press conference Thursday at the Majestic Hotel. The actor was confirming that he'd rejected an offer to do McDonald's commercials, but…
Powered by primetime spillover from the three-night ratings windfall of the mob miniseries "The Last Don" and a much-talked-about two-part investigation into corruption in the DMV, perpetual…
WUAB Cleveland in January plans to drop the WB Network as its secondary affiliate in favor of an exclusive affiliation with UPN.
Indie writer-helmer Michael Hacker has closed two deals for feature projects at Cannes. Hacker made his directorial debut with "The Destiny of Marty Fine," which won the second jury prize at the 1996…
"The Last Don" made it a clean sweep in the Nielsen national ratings, taking first place with its conclusion Wednesday night, and leading CBS to a resounding win for the night.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American, Latin American, Spanish and Australian rights to Sandra Goldbacher's feature debut "The Governess," a period romantic drama starring Minnie…
BOGOTA — When Colombia’s Producciones Jes filmed its May 8 episode of its new soap “Perfume de Agonia” (Scent of Agony), they knew it would raise some eyebrows. The climax of the episode comes when…
Annual Bob Fosse Dance Scholarships auditions will be at 9 a.m. Sunday at Glendale Community College. There is no fee, and tryout is open to all intermediate-level dancers age 16-20.
Livent Inc., the Toronto-based live theater producer, earned more profit on less revenue in the first quarter.
The Broadway revival of "Once Upon a Mattress" has become the second production to post a closing notice in the wake of the Tony Award nominations.
Yoni Cohen is said to have resigned as Polygram Filmed Entertainment's vice president of television and broadcasting after less than a year in the job.