DreamWorks Animation chief (and 2013 Mipcom's Personality of the Year) Jeffrey Katzenberg, who has successfully launched such hit film franchises as "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda," "Madagascar" and "How to…
My 20-plus-year stretch of covering the Emmys came to a crashing halt in 2012, all because of my son, Jack.
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Milo O'Shea, an Irish actor-recognized by his black bushy eyebrows and playful smile— whose films include "Ulyssess" and "Barbarella," died April 2 of complications from Alzheimer's disease in…
Lena Dunham is in full flower.
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Character actor Sid Melton, best known as a regular on sitcoms "Make Room for Daddy" and "Green Acres" but also a source of comic relief in numerous B movies, died of pneumonia on Nov. 2 in Burbank…
Classic sitcom "The Golden Girls" is getting a Spanish makeover with some of Spain's most acclaimed veteran thesps poised to play the female leads.
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Betty White has lived most of her 88 years in front of the camera, starting in the days when the number of homes in Los Angeles equipped with television sets numbered well under 1,000.
Beatrice Arthur, the tall, baritone-voiced actress who won Emmys for her roles in the series "Maude" and "The Golden Girls," died Saturday.
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