Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks added an Emmy to his trophy case Sunday as one of the producers of HBO's big-budget 12-parter "From the Earth to the Moon," honored for best miniseries.
The doctor is in yet again. "Frasier" marked the end of the first half-century of the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium by rewriting the record book.
Gary Sinise, who won for lead actor in a miniseries or special for "George Wallace," heard the news that the former Alabama governor had died just before he walked into the pressroom.
Young Broadcasting's stock collapsed 25% Thursday as the 12-station television group, citing "market conditions," took itself off the buyer's market.
Actor Patrick Stewart, whose roles range from Shakespeare to "Star Trek," has signed on as a presenter at Women in Film's Lucy Awards luncheon Saturday.
Peter Hoffman's Seven Arts Pictures is in advanced negotiations with Rysher Entertainment to buy all international rights to "Onegin," starring Ralph Fiennes.
Thirty-four scientific and technical achievements have made the first cut in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' selection process for next year's Oscars.
A week after reaching the $600 million pinnacle domestically, "Titanic" etched another milestone by doubling that amount overseas.
Good answer!? Pearson Television says it's time, again, for "Family Feud."
The Cannes Film Festival sidebar Directors Fortnight has a new chief, following the resignation of Pierre-Henri Deleau.
Fox has picked up 22 episodes of its fledgling newsmag "Fox Files," the web confirmed Thursday.