Central Partnership's $12 million, 24-part TV adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic Sherlock Holmes detective stories has been delayed six months because of scripting problems and Russia's acute…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Following up on his skewering of CNBC last week, Jon Stewart took on Jim Cramer last night, specifically Cramer's claim that he never gave…
In a sign of the ongoing internal turmoil at the Screen Actors Guild, SAG's Hollywood board is asking the national board to send out the congloms' final offer to members -- without a recommendation.
Last week came the news that Al Gore is joining an effort to adopt ".eco" for the Internet. The idea is simple: Environmental organizations will now have a streamlined place to promote their causes…
Jerry Zucker wasn't at all surprised when President Obama lifted restrictions on human embryonic stem cell research. But there was one overriding emotion the writer-producer-director had on Monday…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America will amp up its Washington lobbying efforts on April 21 with an all-day symposium to "educate top national policy and lawmakers about the economic impact of the…
Michael J. Fox, who has championed stem cell research and has campaigned for candidates who support it, offered praise for President Obama's decision to remove restrictions on human embryonic stem…
Less than two years after opening its sleek, Renzo Piano-designed headquarters in Gotham, the New York Times Co. has sold it to raise cash.
Time names the 10 Most Endangered Newspapers in America.
In D.C. this week, Richard Gere appears with Nancy Pelosi at the Capitol to talk about the plight of Tibet. Last week, Brad Pitt lobbied lawmakers, including Pelosi, and met with President Obama to…