That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. After Andrew Breitbart's Big Hollywood posted a audio recording of last month's conference call with the National Endowment for the Arts and groups…
The season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars" was watched by 17.5 million viewers, making it the top show of the evening, but the debut with Tom DeLay doing the cha cha cha was off almost 25% from…
Actually, Will Ferrell is pushing for the public option in a new Funny or Die! video that spoofs issue ads and at the same time riffs on the ridiculousness of protecting the insurance industry. Also…
Tom Tykwer is set to make his first German-language feature in nearly a decade with "Drei" (Three), a Berlin-set comedy-drama centered on a love triangle.
French thesp Jean Dujardin, star of the hit comedy franchise "OSS 177," is to topline Bertrand Blier's dark comedy "Le Bruit des Glacons" (The Sound of Ice Cubes).
Court records show guitarist Joe Satriani and Coldplay have reached an agreement that ends a copyright infringement lawsuit filed over the band's smash hit "Viva la Vida."
U.K. commercial net ITV has unexpectedly appointed a head of acquisitions, having previously said the post would remain vacant.
Iraqi filmmaker Mohamed Al-Daradji's "In the Sands of Babylon" swept all the kudos at San Sebastian's Cinema in Motion showcase on Monday.
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…