I have been on a number of assignments today that have kept me from the blog, but here's the latest on Hollywood's effort to stop a proposed new futures exchange tied to the weekend box office…
AFTRA's top officers are making a renewed push for a merger with SAG to create a single performers' union with national scope.
Corin Redgrave, one of the U.K.'s acting royal family, died Tuesday in London.
As the U.K. government finally announced that the general election will take place May 6, its last-gasp attempt to restrict online piracy by introducing new laws hit fresh controversy.
AMC has tapped thesp Andrew Lincoln for the lead role in its Frank Darabont drama series "The Walking Dead."
The Kennedy Center production of the tuner "Ragtime" and the Shakespeare Theater Company and Goodman Theater's modern version of "King Lear" were the top winners Monday at the Helen Hayes Awards.
A federal appeals court has put in doubt the FCC's ability to pass new rules and ambitious new plans for the Internet.
"The Pacific," HBO's World War II drama produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, made an impressive U.K. debut on BSkyB's Sky Movies Premiere web Monday.
Claus Boje's Berlin-based distrib Delphi Filmverleih has filed for insolvency after a tough year at the box office.
Eric Lagesse's Pyramide has taken French rights to comedy ensembler "Mine vaganti" (Loose Cannons).
U.K. paybox BSkyB has ordered its first 3D feature docu -- written and presented by the iconic BBC natural history broadcaster David Attenborough, the acme of public service television.