A news report about an earthquake is sending aftershocks through the Venezuelan TV biz. President Hugo Chavez has demanded sanctions against commercial news web Globovision, calling its execs…
Music producer Phil Spector has been sentenced to 19 years to life in prison for the murder of actress Lana Clarkson.
Though the endless saga over SAG's internal battles has caused Hollywood's eyes to glaze over, the guild may be about to turn a corner toward moderation.
Gallic mini-major StudioCanal has tapped Pathe producer Leonard Glowinski to the newly-created post of head of co-productions and acquisitions for France and Europe.
President Obama was merely the biggest star among a host of politicos who hit Los Angeles this week. There were senators everywhere you turned, holding fund raisers as Congress takes a break…
Warner Bros. has acquired "Hench" and will develop the AIT/Planet Lar graphic novel as the template for a comic screen vehicle for Danny McBride.
Now that he has been named President Obama's choice for ambassador to France, Wildbrain president-CEO Charles Rivkin has unveiled his succession plan at the production company.
Halfway through a heated battle over contract ratification voting, Screen Actors Guild president Alan Rosenberg remains convinced that the deal's headed for a defeat.
Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn" will hit U.S. theaters in December 2011 -- long after bowing internationally.
The White House press corps grilled spokesman Robert Gibbs today over the number of ambassadorships that President Obama has handed out so far to fund-raisers and politicians, as opposed to career…
Updated Considerable mention has been made on the blogosphere today (here and here and here) about the one mention that President Obama made about the protesters outside the Beverly Hilton last night…