Transactional attorneys include Harry "Skip" Brittenham, P. John Burke, Stan Coleman, George Cooke, Jay L. Cooper, Jacqueline Eckhouse, Craig Emanuel, Matt Galsor, Cliff Gilbert-Lurie, Joel A. Katz…
What's in a new pope's name? The recent election of Pope Francis is prompting a flurry of showbiz opportunities.
Indonesia has a quarter-billion people, most of them young consumers in the primo demographic range. But showbiz hasn't caught Indonesian fever yet.
Non-profit org Got Your 6 has launched its inaugural Veteran Hiring Week, which runs through March 29.
Normally, the firing of a basketball coach — even one in Los Angeles — wouldn't really be a Hollywood story. But UCLA has chosen to dump Ben Howland for a reason that has cost many a showbiz exec his…
Hollywood pulled the trigger on dozens of significant deals in 2012, a year peppered with optimism after an extended rough patch.
For decades, the entertainment and retail industries have been finding growing synergies.
The general public seems to think showbiz people are shallow and self-absorbed. Frequently that's true -- let's compare notes sometime! -- but many individuals and companies are caring and generous.
Six months ago, Shinsuke Shimada, a comic who hosted several big primetime shows on Japanese TV, admitted ties to organized crime and resigned from showbiz.
HFPA supports many industry causes and orgs. Here's a sampling of five that benefit from its generosity:
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures