The summer of sequels opened with a blast, as "X2: X-Men United" not only clobbered its predecessor but rang up a scintillating $155.2 million worldwide.
Gerald Levin has made himself scarce in the year since he departed as CEO of AOL Time Warner. And litigators have been having a field day since then, filing a succession of lawsuits naming Levin and…
The first play from Catherine Johnson since her international hit "Mamma Mia!" will have its world preem May 23 at London's Bush Theater, where the scribe previously was a writer-in-residence.
The Recording Industry Assn. of America has settled all four of its legal complaints against college students that it accused of setting up and running free file-swapping services with thousands of…
"The Thing About Men" replaces "Tea at Five" at the Promenade theater this summer.
Artisan's board has decided to conduct a brief auction to sell at least a minority stake in the New York-based film company within two months. Briefing books on the company will be distributed in…
With critically worshipped drama hit "24" racing to the end of its successful sophomore season, co-creator and exec producer Robert Cochran has inked a new overall deal that will keep him planted at…