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Producing platinum-selling albums wasn't always in the plans for David Foster, but it didn't take long for him to make the shift from playing on other people's sessions to producing other artists.
While David Foster's music accomplishments have been widely celebrated, the Grammy-winning multihyphenate wants to be remembered for more than just his composing, writing and producing.
After entering at No. 1 last week, rock band Fall Out Boy's "Save Rock and Roll" (Island) toppled to No. 5 behind a 76% decline, selling 36,000.
It's difficult to become too bullish about the program's prospects, given the number of promising dramas ABC has paraded through the 8 p.m. Thursday timeslot only to watch the sands run out of the…
MADRID -- Miguel Angel Vivas, winner of the horror feature and directing prizes at the 2010 Austin Fantastic Festival for "Kidnapped," is teaming with screenwriter Alberto Marini ("Sleep Tight") on…
Upcoming shows include CW's "The Carrie Diaries," ABC's "Nashville," NBC's "Chicago Fire," Fox's "The Mindy Project," more . . .
There's almost no such thing as an unknown anymore in TV. Though plenty of roles remain to be filled in this season's TV pilot casting, true newcomers remain relatively few and far between.
Not to be confused with last year's Jesse Eisenberg vehicle, diverting docu "Holy Rollers" chronicles what happens when two normally well-separated worlds collide.
Based on the tome by A.J. Baime, script was penned by Jason Keller with Alex Young and Lucas Foster producing through Foster's Warp Film shingle.
Adapted from a passed-over ABC pilot by the producers of "thirtysomething," "quarterlife" is one of those rare original web productions that doesn't look as if it were shot for 20 bucks by film…
An amusing bit of hokum through its first night, Lifetime's slow-moving supernatural melodrama "The Gathering" gradually falls apart in its second amid lots of loud music, wind-blown hair and…