Multihyphenate Danny Cannon has cut a two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV.
In the New York Times, former Vice President Al Gore wrote a spirited defense of climate change research, acknowledging some mistakes but driving home the central point that he has for years: Global…
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U.S. Hispanic media conglom Univision Communications reported fourth-quarter revenue of $515.9 million.
Two years after showbiz writers concluded a bitter strike -- stretching Hollywood's nerves to the limit -- the outlook for the next round of contract talks has begun to emerge.
Austria's Christian Berger won top honors for lensing b&w "The White Ribbon."
Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet" stole the show at the 35th Cesar Awards.
It was a "Precious" night at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday, as the film scored six trophies out of nine in the motion picture categories.
Japanese acting legend Mitsuko Mori, 89, is canceling her skedded bow in a new run of "A Wanderer's Notebook" -- a play she has been starring in since 1961.
Ralph Fiennes is planning to appear onstage in "Dear Uncle," a new adaptation of Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" by veteran Brit playwright Alan Ayckbourn.
Desiree Rogers came under intense criticism for not sending someone to stake out one of the White House gates during last November's state dinner, a move that apparently helped a trio of so-called…
After a strong Sundance and Berlin, indie film sales are continuing to look stronger, with Myriad Pictures announcing that it has closed overseas deals begun at the European Film Market on four…
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