Commercial producers of the new tuner version of "Once" announced the sked for the show's anticipated Broadway transfer while the musical was in the midst of its opening night perf Off Broadway Dec…
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‘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
Original episodes of ''Glee'' and ''New Girl'' helped Fox prevail among young adults on Tuesday, but CBS impressed by winning in its core demo with repeats of its regular lineup.
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The Academy made a shrewdly timed, high-profile announcement today when it said that Disney chief Bob Iger with serve as fundraising chairman for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, and Tom Hanks…
FilmBuff has struck half a dozen output deals to expand streaming and rental distribution of its digital entertainment content.
Harry Morgan, best known from playing Col. Sherman Potter for eight years on CBS' iconic sitcom ''M*A*S*H,'' has died. He was 96.
With more than 150 credits dating back to 1942, Harry Morgan, who passed away this morning, was a superb talent, someone who drew you in no matter the setting. No tribute could do him justice, but…
"If the people in the debate don't satisfy him, he is going to jump in himself," Jon Stewart marvelled on his show last night. He rounded up the circus atmosphere so far, as Trump takes on debate…
U.K. terrestrial web ITV has signalled a desire to acquire a U.S. shingle as part of its five-year recovery plan.
Lionsgate vice chairman Michael Burns said that, despite the actor's falling out with CBS, he and company honcho Jon Feltheimer have faith in Charlie Sheen.
PARIS -- Gallic pubcaster France Televisions will shed another 180 employees as part of its three-year cost-cutting plan, which kicked off in 2009.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam Wednesday dismissed reports of a new streaming video service, at least imminently, as "lots of speculation about what we are going to do by people writing on blogs,"…
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