The organizers of San Diego's Comic-Con never intended for Hollywood to steal the spotlight of its annual fanfest for all-things genre related, but it's clear the studios and TV networks with their…
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No longer simply the sidekick, Tonto gets top billing in Disney's extravagant Lone Ranger reboot, which partners a heavily face-painted Johnny Depp with the blandly handsome Armie Hammer.
IAC chairman Barry Diller says that "it was a mistake" to buy Newsweek, and even expressed doubts about the viability of the 80-year-old news weekly that went to a digital only format last year. In…
Time Warner is looking to unload publisher Time Inc., home of Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly and People, to Meredith Corp. after the division has changed editors, shifted strategies and…
CBS and Pepsi are teaming to put a video ad inside issues of Entertainment Weekly magazine.
For a generation of film lovers weaned on Pauline Kael and Roger Ebert, imagining a world where moviegoers make their pic choices without the help of film critics is nearly unthinkable. Fact is, that…
Index Holdings, a mobile communications and media group, has launched a China office, Index China, through group company Index Asia Pacific, the company announced Thursday.
When Premiere magazine announced last month that its April issue would be its last, the epitaph for longform movie journalism may well have been written.
"Extra," the new six-days-a-week syndie show from Time Telepictures TV and Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution, debuted with a production so slick it nearly slid off the screen. Will it succeed…
The ghosts of great plays and legendary actors hover uneasily over "Home," David Storey's elegy for lost lives amid a lost country that is aging as painfully as its central characters. Its 1970…