Over the weekend I moderated a panel at Los Angeles' Outfest about "The Other City," a documentary from filmmaker Susan Koch that follows the lives of a handful of D.C residents with HIV/AIDS as they…
Los Angeles prosecutors are furious with the Swiss. The State and Justice departments are bound to put extradition pressure on other countries with extradition treaties. But Roman Polanski is free…
SUBSCRIBE TO VARIETY TODAY.
Slowly but surely, soccer is becoming a bigger business for U.S. TV outlets.
Celador, the U.K. shingle that last week won $269.4 million in damages from Disney in a lawsuit over profits from the U.S. version of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire," is considering suing William…
Roman Polanski is once again free, but he'll have limited options on where he can travel, live and work.
Edward Norton has lost his temper for the last time. At least as the Incredible Hulk.
The New York Timesbreaks the story that Meg Whitman invested $1 million in political consultant Mike Murphy's production company, in what her primary opponent Steve Poizner's campaign saw as a way to…
Former National Theater supremo and screen helmer Richard Eyre ("Notes On A Scandal") will helm Feydeau's classic French farce "A Flea In her Ear" as part of the 2010-11 season at the Old Vic, the…
Comcast and NBC Universal said they have reached an agreement designed to boost opportunities for independent producers.
TV ratings records were broken across Europe as huge numbers of people watched Spain's last-minute victory against Holland in the World Cup soccer tournament.
Cartoon shorts from France, U.K., Norway, Sweden and Estonia will compete for a $12,500 prize at Europe's top animated shorts festival, the Cartoon d'Or.
- How Jonathan Demme’s ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Broke Countless Oscar Conventions
- Emmys: Allison Janney Goes Lead for ‘Mom’ as Campaigns Jockey for Position
- Jill Soloway’s ‘I Love Dick’ Brings the ‘Female Gaze’ to Emmy Voters
- A Year After ‘Birth of a Nation,’ Fox Searchlight Lines Up Oscar Season Players