After raising more than $2 million last year to boost awareness for the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa, the Justice League is returning for philanthropic initiative We Can Be Heroes.
From the April 16, 2013 issue of Variety
Earth Day may still conjure images of hippies asking people to save the planet, but at UTA, planet-saving has taken on a decidedly high-tech edge.
This spoof cable commercial from Extremely Decent Films will ring painfully true for anyone who sends off more than $100 each month to a cable provider.
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As the Walt Disney Co. chief initiates yet another round of layoffs and a forthcoming reorganization before stepping down as CEO in two years, he is emulating Jack Welch in more ways than one.
Cinedigm has a strong multiplatform biz, but indie distribution is a highly competitive arena.
A married father of four suffered a frightening meltdown outside an AMC theater in Little Rock, Ark., after learning he already owned a DVD copy of "Jurassic Park," the newly re-issued 3D film he…
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Sundance Channel is looking to get on the AMC track this year with its aggressive push into original scripted series, starting April 22 with the premiere of "Rectify."
Veteran actors like Gerald McRaney are flexing their thespian muscles by landing a wide range of roles in prestige shows. But can being a highly sought-after day player pay the bills?
Iceland has one of the planet's highest levels of Internet use, and the government's next act could be groundbreaking: There is legislation to ban all forms of digital porn.
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