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Boomer Esiason, the former NFL quarterback who is now an analyst on CBS Sports’ “The NFL Today,” will take the hot seat at the next Friars Club Roast charity benefit next January in Gotham. The…
J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot has attempted to answer questions about the mystery trailer they unveiled last month — by releasing another trailer. Ew.com was first to post the second video and reports that…
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Let's give CBS credit for trying, but if networks are going to begin taking responsibility for everything reality-TV contestants do and say, we're going to spend all our time wading through a sea of…
Wynton Marsalis will host a one-hour CBS special, "New Orleans: Let the Good Times Roll," at noon on game day as part of the company's Super Bowl XLVII package, a major collaborative effort across…
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After several weeks of high drama, troubled Digital Domain Media filed for Chapter 11 in the U.S. and Canada and agreed to sell its production business to Searchlight Partners Capital for $15 million.
While the number of new 3D pics seems to be leveling off Stateside, European filmmakers continue to expand with low-budget and arty 3D toons.
Leighton Meester has sauntered around the Upper East Side in Blair Waldorf's heels for 100 episodes, but she admits she's nothing like her onscreen persona.
A miniseries based on the life of Nelson Mandela is in the works from South Africa's Out of Africa Entertainment, the U.K.'s Left Bank Pictures and Canada's Blue Ice Films.
As topper of the bank's entertainment division, Henderson spearheaded a number of showbiz transactions, including a $25 million investment in Summit's $200 million revolving credit facility in March.