Chris Brown has been charged with two felonies, including assault likely to cause bodily injury and making criminal threats, according to court documents.
Spanish pubcaster Radio Television Espanola will slash costs for 2009 by e96.7 million ($121.5 million), as it battles Spain's dramatically deteriorating TV ad market.
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino are teaming up in a lawsuit against a movie distributor and a watch company they say used their likenesses without permission.
Around a quarter of staffers at RTL's British terrestrial web Five look set to be pink-slipped.
Here's a plug for the new and improved Out in Hollywood blog, now called Greg in Hollywood. My friend Greg Hernandez was laid off from the Los Angeles Daily News several last week, but quickly turned…
Among activists, tomorrow's state Supreme Court hearing on Proposition 8 will be something akin to "election night and the Super Bowl," in the words of the New York Times. Shannon Minter, legal…
Chris Columbus' 1492 Entertainment has picked up the film rights to IDW Publishing's horror graphic novel "Welcome to Hoxford."
SAG's staying silent about its latest stalemate with the congloms even as there's no sign of movement toward a feature-primetime deal -- nine months after that pact expired.
Five Egyptian reporters have been fined for breaking a government-imposed media blackout on the high-profile trial of a prominent Egyptian businessman charged with the killing of Lebanese pop star…
Authorities in the United Arab Emirates are drafting a new media law which has already earned the rebuke of local journos for what they fear is an attempt to curtail their freedom of expression.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is joining the ranks of showbiz companies doling out pinkslips.