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Oh "Dexter," you've had a good run, especially given the high capture and incarceration rate for serial killers (heck, most CBS procedurals seem to catch one a week). But now it's all ending, and if…
Wall Street financiers Howard Silverman and Neil Grossman are opening their wallets for Hollywood, creating Toast & Jam Holdings by investing in production-financing banner Cinipix, animation house…
Any movie in which the longtime FBI honcho features as the central character must supply some insight into what made him tick, or suffer from the reality that the Bureau's exploits were far more…
Fanlala, a startup teen-centric Web entertainment venture, has partnered with video-on-demand service Kabillion to distribute Fanlala vid content.
Richard Gere, Jim Carrey, William Hurt, Billy Bob Thornton, Kevin Spacey, Uma Thurman, Mickey Rourke, Robin Williams and Ashton Kutcher and emerging talent such as Kristen Stewart, Zooey Deschanel…
A thematic companion piece to "Mystic River" but more complex and far-reaching, "Changeling" impressively continues Clint Eastwood's great run of ambitious late-career pictures.
Regis Philbin has the chance to be a double Daytime Emmy award winner this year. Philbin was nominated for both outstanding talkshow host and gameshow host on Wednesday.
ABC led the webs, Rosie O'Donnell paced the yak pack and "The Young & the Restless" emerged as the show to beat after Wednesday's unveiling of the nominees for the 25th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The dazzlingly produced film-noir series "Fallen Angels" chalked up a record 12 CableAce award nominations, catapulting Showtime to 54 overall, its best total ever.
The slate for the upcoming officer and board election for the Writers Guild of America West has broadened, with seven new board candidates now running by petition.
"The Player" scribe Michael Tolkin is among the 22 candidates announced Friday by the Writers Guild of America West Inc. for Guild Officer and Board of Director slots. Other nominees include Frank…