Former Universal Pictures co-chairman Brian Mulligan claims in a new court filing that Los Angeles chief of police Charlie Beck and other top city and police union officials “orchestrated” an effort…
Consent To Kill
The road for Aereo will come to an end, at least with respect to getting its hands on valuable TV programming without paying for it.
CBS and Time Warner Cable have agreed to avert a looming blackout of CBS-owned stations on TW Cable systems by agreeing to a four-day extension of the deadline in their retrans contract negotiations…
YouTube is under fire from two state attorneys general who allege the Google-owned site has reaped advertising dollars from numerous videos linking to "rogue" prescription drugs sellers and depicting…
After several particularly violent months in America, NBC has decided to pull episode four of frosh drama “Hannibal” from its lineup due to the disturbing content involving children murdering other…
When execs at several broadcasters openly intimated their willingness last week to convert their businesses to cable if the courts didn't kill Aereo, it may have struck some as an overreaction.
CBS Films has tapped Edward Zwick to direct spy thriller "American Assassin," based on the Vince Flynn novel about counterterrorism agent Mitch Rapp.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) has placed a hold on a piece of anti-piracy legislation championed by Hollywood studios and guilds, arguing that it will "muzzle speech and stifle innovation and economic…
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. is suing the longtime producer of its Golden Globe telecast, Dick Clark Prods., charging that it is trying to steal the rights to the show away from them.
Di Bonaventura on a bonny venture | Crime pays for Di Bonaventura | Di Bonaventura seeks sweet spot in marketing | 'Red' tries to answer the age-old question | Are studio execs merely…
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Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media