The entertainment world lost many singular women's voices over the past year. Variety asked influential bizzers to talk about how these iconic femmes made waves in the industry and beyond.
Mayim Bialik was happy to be surrounded by her peers after having been involved in a serious car accident that left her with an injured hand -- as well as erroneous reports that she might lose a…
Phyllis Diller, the groundbreaking comedienne whose signature cackle and confidence in the men's club of comedy made her a unique figure in entertainment circles, died Monday at age 95.
Anthony Mastromauro of Identity Films and Danielle Pelland of Entendre Films have picked up the rights to Bill Mason's memoir "Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief," originally set up at Paramount.
Explores the agonies and ecstasies of comedians' showbiz life.
Art Linkletter called Phyllis Diller today to wish her a "Happy Birthday." She will be 91 tomorrow (July 17). Art will be 96. "Can you believe it," she bellowed–"he has 18 great grandchildren–I have…
Legendary comedian Bob Hope was named Citizen of the Century at a dedication Tuesday, April 15, 2003 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
While its mixture of equal parts road movie, redemption tale and terminal-disease drama is already a bit rich, "The Last Place on Earth" really falls apart in a contrived, confused third act…
Supporters of Valerie Harper's candidacy for SAG presidency have lined up several dozen high-profile endorsers as the campaign begins to take shape.
One of the more sharply written sitcoms of the past five years, "Blossom" hits a surface bump celebrating its 100th stanza with Brenda Hampton's script. The bubbly brew's gone flat.