Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. While I was out last week, there was a steady stream of analysis of "Saturday Night Live" and its satirical turn against President Obama…
Estranged reality couple Jon and Kate Gosselin are back in court over their acrimonious split.
Alejandro Amenabar's Roman-Egypt epic "Agora" has become this year's highest-grossing local film in Spain -- taking E7 million ($10.3 million) in just four days.
Cannes Film Festival's Cinefondation Residence has announced the six filmmakers who have been selected out of 170 applicants to participate in its 19th edition, which runs Oct. 1 to Feb. 15 in Paris.
ITV will raise £120 million ($190 million) in a bond issue to help reduce debt.
Disney Channel U.K. has commissioned local shingle the Foundation, owned by RDF, to make its latest "High School Musical" spinoff show.
China has banned foreign investment in the online games biz as part of efforts to tighten its grip on the Internet.
George Kalogridis has been tapped prexy of the Disneyland Resort.
CineAsia has tapped Sunder Kimatrai, Fox Intl. VP for Asia, as distributor of the year.
Updated As I mentioned earlier, Gov. Arnold Scharzenegger signed into law a bill declaring May 22 as Harvey Milk Day in California. He vetoed virtually the same bill a year ago. Why the reversal? The…
Sharon Stone and Carice Van Houten ("Valkyrie") will star in the indie drama "Satisfaction," with production set to start in the U.K. in the first quarter.