Hollywood studios don't directly own much of cyberspace, but the investment community is impressed at how the film biz suddenly seems adept at harvesting it.
Gallic period tales now need English-lingo, more adrenaline
The last thing the 3D TV business needs is a health scare. With the sales of sets sluggish, prices high and a comparative dearth of content, consumers have been slow to embrace the new technology.
Vin Scully told fans watching the Dodgers-Rockies game tonight that he would return to broadcast Dodger games in 2012, his 63rd season behind the mic with the team. As he has in recent years…
UTA will open a Gotham office this fall, to be staffed with a combination of agents from Los Angeles as well as several new hires.
Jack J. Hayes, an Oscar-nominated composer and orchestrator who worked on more than 200 films during a Hollywood career that spanned 60 years, died of natural causes Wednesday in Coeur d'Alene…
BBC Two has renewed "The Hour," which airs in the U.S. on BBC America, for a second season of six episodes.
The federal government has backed the Producers Guild of America in a move that may help bolster the PGA's authority over producer credits -- the latest twist in a decade-long push by the PGA to…
Eva Longoria sure won't be desperate for work once she wraps the final season of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," which signs off in May.
“Men of a Certain Age” exec producer Mike Royce posted a warm thank you note from himself and exec producer/star Ray Romano to the members of the movement to save “Men of a Certain Age,” in the…
Mike Medavoy will close down Phoenix Pictures in 2013 following two decades of film production including "Black Swan," "Shutter Island," "The People vs Larry Flynt," "The Thin Red Line" and "Zodiac."