Politico's Patrick Gavin caught up with Kilmer at the Saturday brunch, and shot this video where the actor was asked if he will run for governor of New Mexico: "Probably not." Other tidbits: Todd…
Washington is filled with celebrities famous and infamous, which is pretty much the tradition of the White House Correspondents Dinner. Recent years have seen a warm up to the event itself in the…
John Furia Jr., former Writers Guild of America West president and scripter on such TV skeins as "The Waltons,""Twilight Zone" and "Dr. Kildare," died Thursday night. He was 79.
With a contentious ratification vote looming, the Screen Actors Guild has set a pair of town hall meetings over its feature-primetime contract.
Kiefer Sutherland has been charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly head-butting a fashion designer at a Manhattan nightclub.
CBS Films has acquired screen rights to "Station," a comicbook miniseries published by Boom! Studios.
World Wrestling Entertainment is being forced to take a fall before it can put on its financial victory belt.
Washington is already awash in Hollywood types, in anticipation of the White House Correspondents dinner on Saturday. Examples: Jessica Alba and Keri Russell visited the West Wing this morning…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has endorsed New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in his campaign for a third term.
The slump in the U.S. auto industry helped send Sirius XM Radio to a loss of $236.6 million in the first quarter and its first-ever quarterly decline in net subscriber additions.
Vidgame publisher Activision Blizzard beat Wall Street estimates with its first-quarter earnings, driven by strong sales for the "Call of Duty," "Guitar Hero" and "World of Warcraft" franchises.