Three of Latin America's top helmers -- Uruguay's Cesar Charlone, Mexico's Arturo Ripstein and Brazil's Marcelo Gomes -- will direct films in Spanish pubcaster TVE's "Libertadores" movie collection.
When Tom DeLay shook his butt one last time for the judges on "Dancing with the Stars," my first thought was, this is just still so strange. Host Tom Bergeron even said it was something "I am not…
Former President Bill Clinton's Clinton Global Initiative starts on Tuesday with a list of celebrity participants to rival Davos: Brad Pitt, Ashton Kutcher, Alicia Keys, Goldie Hawn, Barbra…
A proposed settlement in the foreign levies suit against the WGA calls for payment of all foreign funds within three years along with an independent accounting review of the program.
"Paradise Found," the latest musical from director Harold Prince, will bow at London's Menier Chocolate Factory next spring before a Gotham run.
Archie Comics Publications has signed with CAA. The agency will seek to create branded entertainment opportunities in film and TV in much the way that it has for toymaker Mattel.
In a high six-figure deal, Columbia Pictures has acquired screen rights to "Enron," the Lucy Prebble-penned play that dramatizes the scandalous rise and fall of the Texas energy company.
ABC's frosh fantasy drama "FlashForward" has been picked up by 10 broadcasters in the Asia Pacific region across 44 countries.
With the United Nations General Assembly and the Clinton Global Initiative, New York will see a flood of entertainment figures this week who are pushing global causes. The first was Harrison Ford…
Estonia's Tallinn Black Nights, one of Eastern Europe's leading winter film festivals, is adding an industry event to this year's lineup.
Geoffrey Rush will return to the stage at Sydney's Belvoir St. Theater in a 2010 revival of Gogol's "Diary of a Madman," to be directed by Neil Armfield in his 15th and final season as a.d. of the…