There's talk in St. Paul, Minn. that Bob Dylan has persuaded his son Jakob not to perform to for an agricultural trade group during the Republican National Convention, according to the Politico. The…
In a sign that SAG may be edging toward closing a feature-primetime deal, negotiators for the guild and the majors have agreed to a meeting today.
With comicbook hereos reigning as Hollywood's golden boys of summer -- and projections that the latest Batman sequel, "The Dark Knight," will clean up more than just Gotham City -- it seems…
Peter Bart detects a backlash to the political overtones of "Wall-E." He writes, "Some of the far-right sites even denounced Pixar's parent company, Disney, for encouraging the same sort of…
German media giant Bertelsmann has agreed to sell its direct-to-consumer division Direct Group North America to Phoenix-based private investment group Najafi Companies.
That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. Late night comics are having trouble coming up with anything funny to say about Barack Obama, and it's not just the furor over the New Yorker…
In another sign that the love affair between Hollywood and Wall Street is cooling, Paramount Pictures says it has walked away from a $450 million slate financing deal with Deutsche Bank.
The Writers Guild of America is re-launching its push to organize reality shows by enlisting the support of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors against Fremantle Media.
Sensing the impending demise of his reality franchise, "The Mole" exec producer Scott Stone isn't waiting for fans to generate a "Save Our Show" campaign -- he's launching one himself.
On "Larry King Live" this evening, former Gov. Jesse Ventura said that he was not going to enter the race for U.S. Senate in Minnesota, where he would face off against incumbent Norm Coleman and…
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media