When Al Franken was sworn in as senator from Minnesota last week, he became one of the few Democrats with a showbiz pedigree to successfully make the jump into elective politics.
The court-ordered damages continue to mount up against Takafumi Horie, the once high-flying Japanese entrepreneur convicted of fraud in his attempted hostile takeover of mighty Fuji TV.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie "Bruno" makes its long-awaited debut today, a followup to "Borat" that already has angered certain groups, caused a…
Veteran exec Jackie O'Sullivan will replace Caroline Pitcher as head of Australia's locations lobby agency Ausfilm, which has offices in Sydney and Los Angeles.
If soundstages are built, will film production follow?
The Tokyo District Court has awarded $15.7 million to a shareholder group suing onetime high-flying Internet startup Livedoor and its former prexy, Takafumi Horie.
At a press conference, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that a resolution honoring the late singer was "unnecessary." She said there was plenty of "opportunity on the floor of the House to express…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Alec Baldwin hit back against Jack Cafferty's criticism of his credentials to run for office. Michael Moore found a title for his new doc…
Dole Foods sued a Swedish filmmaker and his film company for defamation on Wednesday, alleging he insisted on showing his documentary, "Bananas!" at the Los Angeles Film Festival after learning it…
The BBC flagship web, BBC One, has unveiled a fall schedule that shows little evidence of the belt-tightening that is affecting rival U.K. webs.
Seizures of pirated goods at the European Union's borders more than doubled last year as customs officials confiscated some 178 million items compared to 79 million in 2007.