The idea of a 5-year-old sitting in a theater and swiveling his head between the bigscreen and an iPad just feels wrong.
OWN has acquired the network television rights to "Lee Daniels' The Butler," co-starring network founder Oprah Winfrey, for the the first broadcast window beyond pay television beginning in 2017…
Mayor Eric Garcetti has appointed former president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences President Tom Sherak as L.A. Film Czar, effective immediately. Sherak is the high-profile figure…
If TV networks have their way, advertisers will soon see fewer differences between placing their spots on a show viewers watch live at 9 p.m. on a Tuesday night and that same show viewed via…
A friend last week was appalled that I was not yet subscribing to DogTV, the 24-hour pay service that was daily pacifying his pooches. Didn't I understand the value of canine kitsch?
Georgia's film tax credit is spinning off some unintended benefits.
From hotel moguls and company CEOs to producers and bookers to performers, these players are helping shape the Vegas of today
Las Vegas is undergoing a renaissance, but not one associated with the theme-park-scaled hotels and casinos that dot the southern end of the Strip, which is technically not part of the city proper.
Conceptually a close cousin of old-fashioned Lifetime movies, it's more daytime soap, frankly, than ready for primetime.
Though few athletes seem as widely beloved in retirement, the erstwhile Cassius Clay was once one of the most controversial — and loathed — public figures in America.
The man who brought you “Breaking Bad” has lined up a new drama at CBS. Vince Gilligan’s “Battle Creek” has nabbed a series production order for the 2014-15 TV season. CBS did not offer details on…