That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. An anti-Obama film is in the works that suggests he's Hollywood's darling. Doonesbury mocks John McCain's paucity of star supporters. And the…
The plot of the new novel "Party Favors" doesn't seem so unusual when weighed against other fish-out-of-water tomes like "Devil Wears Prada": A young and ideal Midwestern woman who rises to the top…
The Writers Guild of America West has finalized the list of candidates running for eight open seats on its board of directors.
Summit Entertainment has picked up the film rights to Virgin Comics graphic novel "The Leaves," created by Kevin J. Walsh.
Warner Bros. has acquired "Capeshooters," a comic book adaptation that will be produced by Bryan Singer's WB-based Bad Hat Harry banner.
If the release today of a new McCain campaign video and a new David Bossie doc are any clue, the Republicans have their storyline about Barack Obama: Elite, cocky, overhyped, and held up by the media…
Here's more evidence that this year's Democratic National Convention is quickly turning into a Sundance for politicos: Starz, the premium cabler, is hosting the Starz Green Room, offering delegates…
Japanese comicbook publishers Kadokawa, Kodansha, Shueisha and Shogakukan plus Tose Software have bowed Librica, a Web publications venture.
Canuck screenwriters are extending their collective agreement with the Canadian Film & Television Producers Assn. and its Quebec equivalent for 12 months.
In a week when much of the media is zeroed in on Barack Obama's trip overseas, John McCain is taking a page from Hillary Clinton's playbook and trying to guilt journalists into more balanced…
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