Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer and Grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer Pharrell Williams will serve as music consultants for the 84th Academy Awards, telecast producers Brian Grazer and…
Will Arnett, Ben Schwartz Face Off in ‘Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege’ for Charity
Brad Pitt on ‘The Big Short’s’ Message: ‘Things Need to Be Regulated’ in Financial Industry
‘Carol,’ ‘Still Alice’ Producers Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler Celebrate 20 Years of Filmmaking
Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander Celebrate a Historic Love Story at ‘The Danish Girl’ Premiere
Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, ‘SNL’ Cast Support Sciences at American Museum of Natural History Gala
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Thursday against Fox in its bid to forestall the accelerated sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers' future television rights.
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Tug Coker has been cast as Boston Celtics great Larry Bird in the upcoming Broadway play "Magic Bird."
After less than six months on the job, Brian Edwards has left his post as chief operating officer at Relativity Media, marking the fifth high-level exec to ankle Ryan Kavanaugh's…
The TLC series "All-American Muslim" is prompting complaints from right-wing extremist groups claiming they've successfully pressured advertisers to pull out of the program.
With year-to-date box office still down 2.4% vs. last year, industryites are looking to this weekend's pair of openers -- Warner Bros.' ensembler "New Year's Eve" and 20th Century Fox's R-rated…
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) unveiled a rival antipiracy bill on Thursday that tries to combat copyright infringement using trade laws, but Hollywood studios and other…
A day of fury from the LGBT community over Rick Perry's latest campaign ad has been followed by parody. More than a few blogs noted that in the spot, in which Perry says that "there's something…
Picketing by disgruntled viewers, staffers and suppliers has become commonplace outside the South African Broadcasting Corp.'s Johannesburg HQ in recent years -- and shows no sign of abating as the…
On the surface, a film described as a political thriller about 9/11 seems like a strange production choice for a company that presents itself as a supplier of nature, science and history programming.
China remains the prize for the Asian movie biz, but increasingly there are opportunities in other vibrant markets on the continent as regulatory hurdles fall and audience sophistication rises…
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