President Obama has said the U.S. will studiously avoid putting "boots on the ground" during any conflict with Syria, but the same may not hold true for CBS News.
Curtis Burch, exec-turned-producer, is developing "The Loss of Nameless Things," based on the life of the late playwright Oakley Hall III. Burch's comic drama "Words and Pictures," starring Juliette…
Leah Remini, who has been making headlines this summer for her acrimonious split with Scientology, headlines the cast for upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars.” The lineup for the 17th season…
Bill Dance is staying close to home these days, but not by choice. The growing trend of shooting outside Los Angeles has kept him there.
A stodgy, drearily long-winded attempt to to shed light on a little-known chapter of the Civil War.
Sen. John McCain’s proposed legislation to force cable operators to offer channels a la carte gained new co-sponsor on Tuesday, as Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) announced that he would back the…
Esther Williams, the swim champion turned actress who was known for roles in MGM aquatic spectaculars such as “Bathing Beauty” and “Million Dollar Mermaid,” died Thursday in Beverly Hills. She was…
Marla Gibbs has been cast opposite Jake T. Austin in the indie feature "Grantham and Rose," with Kristin Hanggi directing.
More magic begins creeping into the second season of "Game of Thrones," literally speaking, but the magic conjured by season one continues virtually unabated: a dizzying array of characters, splendid…
Bill McKinney, a character actor best known for his role as the hillbilly villain who rapes Ned Beatty's character in the movie "Deliverance" but who enjoyed a long career that lasted until this…
Philip Rose, who produced "A Raisin in the Sun" on Broadway as well as "The Owl and the Pussycat," "Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?," "Purlie" and "Shenandoah," died Tuesday, May 31, in Englewood, N.J…