Saying he was "deeply sorry and ashamed," Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty Thursday to pulling off perhaps the biggest swindle in Wall Street history and was immediately led off to jail in handcuffs to…
Internet filmmakers Beni annd Rafi Fine have launched "Prop 8: The Web Series," with the first episode taking on religious adherents who favored the ban on same-sex marriage but get a book-slapping…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. President Obama will visit Southern California next Wednesday and Thursday to talk about the economy. No specific details are available yet on his…
AOL is closing its research unit in China and pink-slipping 56 staffers as part of global cost cuts at Time Warner.
The financial crisis continues to take its toll on Europe's two big TV groups, which have been hit hard by sinking ad revenue and devaluation of once pricey assets.
Three Marvel Studios superhero pics will debut in summer 2011, including the May 6 bow of Sony's "Spider-Man 4."
With its contract talks with SAG and AFTRA in a news blackout, the ad industry has unveiled outlines of the contract proposals -- revealing that the two sides were far apart at the start of…
Tom Hanks has gotten involved in SAG's stalled contract negotiations, joining George Clooney in informal talks on behalf of the Screen Actors Guild.
Mickey Rourke has closed his deal to play the Russian villain in "Iron Man 2."
Fox chairmen-CEOs Jim Gianopulos and Tom Rothman will be honored for their commitment to public-school education at the Promise Gala, to be held at the BevHilton on April 2.
Flush with new funding to help preserve arts-related jobs during the economic recession, the National Endowment for the Arts has issued guidelines for use by nonprofit groups seeking to participate…