Suge Knight, the once-head of Death Row Records, has been hospitalized after being shot early Sunday at a West Hollywood nightclub in an unofficial pre-Video Music Awards party hosted by Chris Brown…
Jimmy Kimmel didn't need his writers to hammer out a monologue for him on last night's show — Kanye West did all the work for them. The ABC late night host read a series of tweets Kanye directed…
Looking to give his new series the best lead-ins possible, Showtime topper David Nevins said "Ray Donovan" will follow "Dexter" on June 30 and "Masters of Sex" will premiere immediately after…
Mythology Entertainment, the recently minted banner formed by Brad Fischer, Laeta Kalogridis and James Vanderbilt, has acquired feature rights to Richard Morgan's sci-fier "Altered Carbon."
With multiple movies in development, Antoine Fuqua is hardly hard up for work, but he's still in search of a greenlight that has eluded him thus far. Now the "Brooklyn's Finest" director may be one…
Daria Paris, production coordinator for "Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place," died Saturday in Wells, Maine, of cancer. She was 60.
Wide Awake Entertainment, a label less than a year old and with the release of just one recording to its credit, was given the right to purchase Death Row Records for $18 million on Thursday.
When Prince pulls into town for a residency -- L.A. follows Las Vegas, with London next -- he plays by his own rules, catering to no one.
Rap star Tupac Shakur gets definitive authorized-portrait-cum-sanctification treatment. While more skeptical viewers may find project's inspirational tilt objectionable, vet MTV docmeister Lazin has…
There are several ways to finance a movie. There are split-rights pacts, equity deals, tax incentives and pre-sales. And then there's Elie Samaha's way, which nobody understands.