Korean films beat foreign films at the box office in February for the first time since October 2009.
In Variety today, Michael Schneider compares Sarah Palin's meetings with network executives to that of Bill Clinton's flirtations with TV back in 2002, one that yielded nothing other than a brief…
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Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), a 2012 presidential hopeful, will accept the American Spirit Award from an creative industry org at the Beverly Hills Hotel on March 28. Thune will be honored along with…
With Washington in gridlock, Hollywood progressives are pushing back, whether it be the recent Funny or Die video calling for financial reform, or Tom Hanks' blasting of Republican obstructionism…
"Aguila roja" (Red Eagle), a Spanish swashbuckler, broke recent records in Spain Thursday, notching up an extraordinary 29.5% share and 5,804,000 viewers.
"The Unbroken," Setsuro Wakamatsu's corporate meller about intrigue in a major airline, modeled on recently bankrupted Japan Airlines, was named best picture at the 33rd Japan Academy Awards ceremony…
Dev Benegal's Hindi-language "Road, Movie" has been picked up for U.S. distribution by Tribeca Film.
Oscar- and Grammy-winning Indian composer A.R. Rahman ("Slumdog Millionaire") has joined hands with creative director Amy Tinkham for his Jai Ho Concert: The Journey Home World Tour.
Universal Studios will open its largest theme park in Asia at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore's freshly minted casino/leisure complex, to the public on March 18.
Bill Maher writes in a special Variety essay that conservatives, prone to aiming their fire at Hollywood on Oscar weekend, should stop griping about industry liberals, and "one of the few industries…
New Rule: Conservatives have to stop complaining about Hollywood values.