Longtime business agent Steve Dayan has beaten Leo Reed for secretary-treasurer of Local 399 of the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters following a spirited campaign. Reed has held the post — the top…
Boomer Esiason, the former NFL quarterback who is now an analyst on CBS Sports’ “The NFL Today,” will take the hot seat at the next Friars Club Roast charity benefit next January in Gotham. The…
J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot has attempted to answer questions about the mystery trailer they unveiled last month — by releasing another trailer. Ew.com was first to post the second video and reports that…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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J.K. Rowling scored a victory today for breach of confidentiality against the law firm that revealed that she had written a mystery novel under a pseudonym. The author, most famous for writing the…
Matthew Loeb was reelected unanimously to a four-year term as president of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, the union that reps more than 110,000 below-the-line showbiz employees…
In what promises to be a spirited campaign, longtime business agent Steve Dayan is challenging Leo Reed for secretary-treasurer of Local 399 of the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Prohibition's end heralded a lush rebirth for the entertainment industry.
News Corp. has agreed to pay shareholders $139 million to settle a class action suit stemming from the conglom's 2011 acquisition of Shine.
Dan Timmons & Brian Stearns, co-heads of Entertainment Industries Group & Amit Bajaj, director investment banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
This trio of executives provided $600 million in new or extended credit lines to Hollywood companies in 2012.
A tentative three-year deal has been reached in negotiations, which will resume in late June, between the major studios and Hollywood Teamster drivers along with four other basic craft unions.
Hugh Hefner started his eponymous Foundation in 1964 -- the same year the Civil Rights Act passed, and also the year before the Supreme Court ruled it was no business of the government whether a…