Prosecutors in the upcoming criminal trial of four “Midnight Rider” crew members deny that first assistant director Hillary Schwartz was granted immunity when she was interviewed by investigators…
Proving your chops as a new director is hard enough. But tackling one of the most monumental and emotionally charged events of the past half century ratchets up the pressure and audience expectations…
Orson Welles’ long-lost 1938 film “Too Much Johnson” was recently discovered in an Italian warehouse and has now been restored, according to the George Eastman House and other preservation orgs. The…
Cablevision, in a bitter labor dispute over the firing of workers in Brooklyn, on Thursday asked a federal appellate court to prevent the National Labor Relations Board from pursuing acti0n on…
The news that Sony is at least considering Third Point founder and CEO Daniel Loeb's proposal to partially spin off the company's entertainment assets seems to have unleashed a bevy of what-ifs.
Many films screen at the White House. Few get such an overt endorsement as First Lady Michelle Obama gave to the Jackie Robinson biopic “42” today. “We think that everybody in this country needs to…
"Bachelorette" star Isla Fisher is in talks to join John Hawkes and Jennifer Aniston in writer-director Dan Schechter's untitled adaptation of Elmore Leonard's 1978 novel "The Switch."
Jackie Cooper, the first child star of the talkie era who continued acting into adulthood and also had a career as a TV director, producer and executive, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 88.
Recent anchor changes have apparently paid off for Los Angeles' KCAL, KCBS and KTLA.
The new management team at CBS' Los Angeles KCBS/KCAL duopoly has made changes to its key news teams.
CBS' Los Angeles KCBS/KCAL duopoly has handed out pink slips to several staffers -- including morning co-anchor Suzanne Rico.