A Tony winner for his role in Alan Bennett's "The History Boys," Richard Griffiths has stepped into the writer's new play "The Habit of Art" at London's National Theater, following Michael Gambon's…
Dennis Miller has inked a multiyear pact with syndie radio distrib Westwood One to continue hosting his daily three-hour yakker.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. While much of the focus on Chicago's failure to land the 2016 Olympics has been on the political fallout to President Obama, there's also Oprah…
After all the preparation, the security clampdown and the ban on pigeons and kite-flying, what a swell party it was.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North and Latin American rights to Michael Hoffman's "The Last Station."
A CBS News employee is out of jail on bond after pleading not guilty to trying to blackmail David Letterman for $2 million.
Finally, South America gets an Olympics. The 2016 Games are going to Rio de Janeiro.
U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker has ruled that organizers of the campaign for Proposition 8 must turn over "all e-mails, memos and reports dealing with its strategy, voter messages and…
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Florian Gallenberger's "John Rabe."
HBO is back in business with Australian comedian Chris Lilley, picking up his new comedy "Angry Boys."
A state court judge has given preliminary approval to a settlement in the tangled foreign levies suit against the Writers Guild of America --possibly triggering payment of millions of dollars to…