Chuck Wepner tried to do a lot with his fifteen minutes of fame. The journeyman boxer stunned everyone by going fifteen rounds in a 1975 title fight against Muhammad Ali, even knocking him down at…
In real life, people chow down on everything from McDonald's to Chinese food. So why does it feel like everyone on TV has a yen for Subway sandwiches? Over the past six years or so, Subway has…
“Free Birds,” the animated pic from Reel FX that Relativity Media will release Nov. 1, will become the first film that Chuck E. Cheese’s has agreed to promote. The marketing milestone is surprising…
Haber lives in the San Fernando Valley with a friend who helps her pay the rent, but she says a second extension of unemployment benefits has just run out.
NBC News’s chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd lamented the network’s plans for a miniseries based on the life of Hillary Clinton, saying that it would be a “total nightmare” for the news…
The running gag at Saturday's TCA Awards was for the winners to weigh on on how crappy the actual trophy was, but regardless, it was a night to appreciate and be appreciated.
Though Chuck Lorre currently reigns as the unofficial king of sitcom, he admitted during the TCA session for forthcoming CBS comedy “Mom” that his new show sprang from a desire to finish something…
How would Chuck Lorre define his comedy brand? Three words: Make ’em laugh. Lorre, exec producer of CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory,” “Two and a Half Men” and “Mike & Molly,” spoke about the comedy biz…
Brooks Institute has tapped award-winning multihyphenate Chuck Braverman as its film department's new program chair.
Bob Broder, one of the industry's most respected tenpercenters, is segueing from ICM Partners to help his longtime client Chuck Lorre expand his Warner Bros.-based production company.
After more than 20 years on the laugh track, Chuck Lorre is ready to learn a new language, or two.