Employees at the Walt Disney Co. are bracing for layoffs that are expected in the coming weeks as part of a reorganization of key operations. It is believed that the company's movie studio will be…
Oscars 2017: The Looks We Loved and the Looks We Didn’t
Oscars Producers, Academy Fail to Apologize to ‘La La Land’ Filmmakers for Best Picture Fiasco
PricewaterhouseCoopers Boss Says Best Picture Envelope Pulled From Wrong Pile
Trump: Oscars Best Picture Flub Occurred Because Show ‘Focused So Hard’ on Him
Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon Make Up at Vanity Fair Oscars Party
Film critic Roger Ebert, who died Thursday morning after a long bout with cancer, was a larger than life personality, especially on camera. Here are some memorable clips of the late writer. Ebert on…
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A remake and 3D re-do join a list of holdovers bigfooting each other at the B.O. this weekend. Sony’s “Evil Dead” remake looks most likely to scare up top coin at the domestic box office in the…
Amid all the talk of changes in the latenight television landscape, one thing has stayed the same in 2013: NBC’s “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” is No. 1. But that didn’t stop other networks from…
Fox Searchlight has dated David E. Talbert’s romantic comedy "Baggage Claim" for a Sept. 27 release in the United States. “Baggage” stars Paula Patton, Djimon Hounsou, Derek Luke, Taye Diggs and Jill…
Keshet Intl., home of Homeland, has been the engine that has turned Israel into the leading exporter of TV program formats to the U.S. Now the broadcaster and production company that enjoys enviable…
The flood of opportunities on lower-end projects has put downward pressure on network TV pay scales, especially for writers who came up in the go-go 1990s.
CBS Corp. took a look under the hood of TV Guide Network more than a year ago, but wasn't impressed by what it saw.
The hope is that by spinning off a new network, FXX, News Corp. can extend the company's reach into the younger part of the demographic most coveted by advertisers.
AT&T may be considering jumping into the deep end of streaming. Or it's just worried about someone else's streaming service washing away its customers.
Theater stints for William Friedkin, William Petersen and Amy Brenneman are on tap for the 2013-14 season at the Geffen Playhouse. Friedkin will direct the L.A. nonprofit's revival of Harold Pinter's…
'La La Land' Crew on Making Film Look 'Timeless and Classic'
Justin Timberlake on His ‘Trolls’ Hit, Why He Has the ‘Responsibility’ to Show His Son ‘The Graduate’
Octavia Spencer on 'Hidden Figures' Role
Justin Timberlake Making New Music With Max Martin
Sony Classics Heads Explain What Drew Them to Sundance Film ‘Call Me by Your Name’
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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