Top honors were spread wide at the 36th French Academy Cesar Awards, Gaul's equivalent of the Oscars.
Charlie Sheen told a syndicated radio program Friday he was "at war" over the fate of "Two and a Half Men."
Mary Parent, former film topper at MGM, has finally settled on her next gig signing an overall deal with Paramount.
The new White House Social Secretary will be a figure familiar to political-entertainment circles in Los Angeles.
An edited version of "The King's Speech" has earned a PG-13 rating from The Classification and Rating Administration, the org announced today.
The notion of beauty was very much front and center at CBS Films' "Beastly" premiere Thursday night at the Grove.
The countdown is on for the next installment in the "Call of Duty" franchise – and all signs are pointing to "Modern Warfare 3". Activision has sent out dog tags to select members of the press that…
BBC Worldwide Americas has finalized sales on more than 200 hours of programming to PBS stations nationwide through its BBC Showcase Syndication event.
Kathleen Parker has ankled CNN's ratings-challenged "Parker Spitzer," which is being retooled for a Monday relaunch without her.
Charlie Sheen's radio tour of wonder continued today, with the controversial actor vowing never to work with "Two and a Half Men" exec producers Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn again. Compared to his…
In-theater advertising firm Screenvision has named Kevin J. Neary as chief financing officer.