Elizabeth Taylor's still got it — the kind of clout the comes with mega-movie stardom and great lady-dom. Per La Liz's press rep, the WGA has agreed to temporarily pull its pickets outside of…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Speculation continued that Al Gore or New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson would be enlisted to travel to Pyongyang to win the release of the Current TV…
TV writer-producer Michael Winship is running unopposed for a second two-year term as president of the 4,000-member Writers Guild of America East.
With interest in European cinema on the rise in Asia, European Film Promotion is supporting nearly twice as many films at this year's Shanghai Intl. Film Festival than it did last year.
Silvio Berlusconi's popularity is sliding in Italy, where a sex scandal has affected the media mogul and prime minister's results in the European Union election.
Hong Kong producer Raymond Wong has joined with asset manager First Vanguard to launch a $100 million fund to invest in movies and TV for the Chinese market.
China has ruled that all personal computers sold in the country after July 1 must come with software that blocks access to certain websites, giving censors new levels of control.
International sports paybox Setanta is on the brink of financial meltdown.
For the first time in three decades, Saudis in the nation's capital did something that most Westerners take for granted -- they went to the movies. But it wasn't exactly date night. No women were…
Sweden's Pirate Party, which campaigns in favor of the sharing of music and video files on the Internet, is heading to Brussels after receiving more than 7% of the country's votes in Sunday's…