Every film that opens theatrically is accompanied by a press kit full of valuable background information about the production, talent involved and the filmmakers' intentions. Unlike the articles and…
You may find more promos for new fall TV shows online these days than you will on your TV set.
We need a reset in the music business. We need it to be about the tunes, we need to get rid of the corporations, players need to believe in themselves. And take us on a heretofore unseen journey. Not…
The Writers Guild of America has selected the JW Marriott at L.A. Live and the Edison Ballroom in New York City as the venues for its simultaneous Feb. 1 awards presentations.
On June 20, 1 million Brazilians — students, middle-class professionals, trade union rank-and-file, '60s activists and entire families — staged the nation's largest street protest since 1992 — the…
Egyptians are hoping things settle down soon, but they are very concerned. Case in point: producer Mohamed Hefzy.
It's becoming a truism in the Arab world: Revolutions and coups are good for ratings.
Brian McElhaney, right, and Nick Kocher first found success with Internet sketch comedy as the duo BriTANicK.
Barry Rothbart may be a funny guy, but he's not joking when he says he auditioned for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" three times before realizing who the director was.
Fox and "Motown" producer Kevin McCollum have formed a joint venture to develop live stage productions based on the studio's titles. They are joined by Tom McGrath and film producer John Davis.