The moment that stood out for me in HBO's "Teddy: In His Own Words," a high-caliber biography of Edward M. Kennedy, was a clip of a 1970 interview he gave with Barbara Walters. It is almost a year…
Chinese regulators have signaled they are planning to allow orgs from self-ruled Taiwan to run entertainment businesses on the mainland, a sign of warming relations between Beijing and Taiwan since…
Karlovy Vary wrapped its 44th edition Saturday with Tehran filmmaker Abdolreza Kahani winning a special jury prize for "Twenty," a look at life in a down-on-its-luck Iranian banquet hall.
Ryan Reynolds has landed the coveted role of "Green Lantern," getting the starring role in Warner Bros.' live-action film based on the DC Comics hero.
Al Franken's success at winning a Senate seat inspired predictions that a cascade of celebrities will seek elective office. But his experience actually may have the opposite effect, and may give…
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation issued a statement late today officially denouncing the new Sacha Baron Cohen film "Bruno." The org had screened the movie in late April at the…
Don't expect SAG and AFTRA to try merging any time soon.
When Al Franken was sworn in as senator from Minnesota last week, he became one of the few Democrats with a showbiz pedigree to successfully make the jump into elective politics.
The court-ordered damages continue to mount up against Takafumi Horie, the once high-flying Japanese entrepreneur convicted of fraud in his attempted hostile takeover of mighty Fuji TV.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie "Bruno" makes its long-awaited debut today, a followup to "Borat" that already has angered certain groups, caused a…