Studio executives are very talented at running for cover. Hence when a movie tanks it's often impossible to determine who gave it the greenlight.
SUN VALLEY – Warner Bros. may not yet have a new financial partner to replace Legendary, but Time Warner chief Jeff Bewkes said he isn’t worried. “We don’t need the money,” Bewkes remarked at this…
John Malone, the once and possible future titan of the U.S. cable biz, believes that Time Warner Cable — a company he's harbored an interest in buying — is in a position to snap up other cable…
George Lucas joined with playwright Tony Kushner, director-writer Elaine May and musician Herb Alpert at the White House on Wednesday as President Obama awarded them with National Medals of the Arts…
The number one rule at Sun Valley this year? Don’t talk about Sun Valley. The always-secret Allen & Co. Conference has gotten even more secretive in recent years, and that doesn’t make it any easier…
Japan's Kadokawa is selling its HK cinema circuit and Hollywood sub-distributor to a vehicle controlled by Media Asia boss Peter Lam.
If the three one-act plays performed under the omnibus title "Relatively Speaking" had been written by playwrights named Joe Smith, Jane Doe and Sid Jones, they'd probably still be making their way…
A triple bill of comic one-acts by Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen, "Relatively Speaking," is gearing up for a Broadway bow helmed by John Turturro.
The moral of "Adult Entertainment," Elaine May's shambles of a new play, is this: Never expose your bird-brained porn stars to literature. Why? Because they'll soon start talking about metaphors and…
The best thing about "Power Plays," the agreeably amusing trilogy at the Promenade Theater, is the combined acting, writing and direction of Elaine May and Alan Arkin. The comic adroitness and…