That, and other news, in today's (late-in-the-day) Roundup and Recap. Vanity Fair examines at "PoliWood," the doc directed by Barry Levinson the scrutinizes the mix of Hollywood and politics during…
Vampire pic "Thirst" beat "X-Men Origins" at the Korean box office this weekend.
If last week's Supreme Court decision was a blow to Fox, today's ruling is a setback for CBS. The Supreme Court ordered a federal appeals panel reconsider a ruling that threw out a $550,000 fine…
CBS could once again face fines for the infamous Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" at the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show.
WGA members will start voting this month on rules that impose uniform eligibility standards for the WGA West and the WGA East for nationwide votes such as strike authorization and contract…
While the leaders of WMA and Endeavor spent last weekend finalizing their merger, CAA was busy making its own news.
"Underworld"-franchise co-creator Kevin Grevioux will make his directing debut on the adaptation of his graphic novel, "The Pale Horsemen," that Larry Meistrich's Nehst Studios has picked up to…
SAG and AFTRA have launched their campaign to persuade about 150,000 members to approve the new commercials pact in what's expected to be an easy ratification.
President Obama spoke out today about the jailing of Roxana Saberi in Iran and the detention of two journalists working for Current TV. "We are also especially concerned about the citizens from our…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. The surreal mixture of beauty pageant politics and Perez Hilton just got a little stranger. Miss California Carrie Prejean unveiled a new anti-gay…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap.