Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. The clock is ticking on the California Supreme Court's decision on Proposition 8, but the landscape for gay marriage continues to change…
In my latest column for the Politico I write about signals that some Republicans are backing away from a once-favorite pasttime: Bashing Hollywood. The strategy of targeting liberal entertainment…
Trade magazine Television Week, which has covered the business of TV programming for more than 25 years, is shutting down its print publication at the end of the month.
Marvel Entertainment's movie division continues to pay off handsomely for the comicbook company.
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The 16th Festival of Animated Film and the FMX visual effects conference kicked off Tuesday in Stuttgart, where some 8,000 accredited visitors and 50,000 festgoers are expected to attend one of…
Virgin Media, the Nasdaq-listed U.K. cabler, has defied analysts' predictions by signing up 7,100 new customers in the first quarter, bringing its total to 3.65 million.
South Korea will launch on Thursday the Korea Creative Content Agency, which will oversee the creation of vidgames, cartoons, TV and online content.
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Director Ron Howard unveiled "Angels & Demons," the followup to "The Da Vinci Code," just a mile from the Vatican, but it didn't stir up nearly the amount of controversy that came with the release of…
Roman Polanski's lawyer told a judge Monday the fugitive film director won't appear at a hearing this week to seek dismissal of the decades-old sex case against him. Attorney Chad Hummel argued in a…