Screen Actors Guild members have ratified a two-year deal covering cable live action programs with 93.7% endorsing the pact.
Fortissimo Films has acquired worldwide rights excluding Japan to Japanese 3-D thriller "The Shock Labyrinth."
Laurent Morlet, exec director of the Los Angeles Film & TV Office of the French Embassy, will leave his position Sept. 1.
Mike Leigh has started production on his first film since the Oscar-nommed "Happy-Go-Lucky." Untitled as are all his films while in production, the pic stars Leigh regulars Imelda Staunton, Jim…
Dominick Dunne, a TV-film exec who experienced a late-in-life career change into a novelist and crime writer, died Wednesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 83.
Helmer Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or winner "The White Ribbon," a stark, black-and-white drama set in a rural German village on the eve of WWI, is Germany's candidate for consideration in the Academy…
Christopher Plummer will return to the Stratford Shakespeare Festival next season to play Prospero in artistic director Des McAnuff's staging of "The Tempest."
"Hardball" was scheduled to air a documentary on MSNBC on Thursday called "The Kennedy Brothers," but it was moved to this evening after Ted Kennedy's death. Here's a clip, featuring comments from…
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey shared a story with National Journal this morning about how Edgar Bronfman Jr., Jack Valenti and Lew Wasserman were trying to reach Ted Kennedy, but he wouldn't return their…
George Stevens Jr., longtime producer of the Kennedy Center Honors and a Kennedy family friend, shared his thoughts about Ted Kennedy in an interview this afternoon. "If your father died or your…
Now the 64-year-old guitarist and songwriter for British rock band The Who says he is at work on a new stage musical about the aging process.