He's not yet 50 and already an actor of 50 faces, and counting
The first act in Viacom's suit against YouTube was all about private emails, faulty memories and some genuine corporate embarrassment.
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AOL shares soared in a dull market on news that CEO Tim Armstrong has been pushing a sale to online rival Yahoo as the Internet world continues to be buffeted by deal speculation.
TruTV has ordered a pilot for "Guinness World Records Gone Wild," in which contestants try to beat obscure Guinness records.
Kadokawa Group Holdings, a media group that includes Kadokawa Pictures and distrib Asmik Ace Entertainment, has shelled out $103 million on Media Factory, a book and comic publisher active in toons…
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Marilyn Nash Hill, who starred with Charlie Chaplin in the latter's 1947 dark comedy "Monsieur Verdoux," died on Oct. 6, 2011. She was 84.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists haven't yet decided what they'll call the combined union, should members approve a merger next year, but…
Stronger on dreamy, seedy atmosphere than on narrative coherence, FilmDistrict's exotic curio should draw the overlapping Depp/Thompson fanbases but will command general auds in, well, moderation.
Warner Bros. and CBS execs are giddy about the big payday promised by the Netflix licensing pact for CW shows. But there are also great expectations that the deal will yield bigtime promo dividends…
Steven Bochco and David Milch have reunited for the first time since their "NYPD Blue" days to develop a drama for NBC about a rainmaker lawyer in Washington, D.C. who carries a dark secret.