Comic-Con was only happy to receive the "love letter" that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost created for the fanboy fest in the form of the alien comedy "Paul" that Universal Pictures will unspool next year.
A stabbing in Hall H temporarily delayed Saturday's schedule of studio panels.
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"Green Lantern" lit up Comic-Con on Saturday with the first footage of the film screened to a crowd of 6,000.
Major studios and Hollywood Teamster drivers remain at odds in talks over a new contract, with the two sides stuck in a dispute over salary.
Here are some of the stories I covered in the past seven days: The whiplash you witnessed was the White House, Tom Vilsack, much of the media, Bill O'Reilly and assorted others at Fox News doing a…
Russell Simmons is the latest Hollywood Obama supporter to express frustration at the White House, this time over the honorable discharge of Lt. Dan Choi on Thursday under the Don't Ask, Don't Tell…
No additional candidates have joined the 18 already battling for eight board slots for the Writers Guild of America West.
A lawsuit over the rights to "Precious" between Lionsgate and The Weinstein Co. has been resolved.
The NPR commentator, who died today, was a journalistic legend, having worked at CBS News under Edward R. Murrow, interviewed Nikita Khrushchev (the first ever with a Soviet leader) and a central…
MTV will launch its own channel service in Spain's free-to-air TV market from September.
South Korea's Puchon Intl. Fantastic Film Festival wrapped its 14th edition Friday, giving out the Best of Puchon Award to Korean helmer Jang Cheol-su's "Bedevilled."