Updated In Tuesday's stimulus debate in Washington, Hollywood was a punching bag. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) prevailed today in striking out a portion of the stimulus package that would have benefited…
We knew it would be ugly. Now we're starting to see just how hard the economic meltdown is hitting showbiz.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Tuesday lashed out at lawmakers who booted him from office, calling his removal a "hijacking."
Macrovision has sold off another piece of its Gemstar-TV Guide asset.
Screen Actors Guild president Alan Rosenberg struck out Tuesday in his quixotic effort to reinstate Doug Allen as guild topper due to procedural errors with his legal filing, but his attorneys…
Muhammad Ali will be feted with the NAACP's President's Award, to be presented at the org's 40th Image Awards on Feb 12.
Top executives of the capital's Kennedy Center are offering their expertise to help the nation's struggling performing arts organizations cope with the worst economic crisis most of them have ever…
That, and other news, in today’s Roundup and Recap.Tom Daschle has withdrawn his name as President Obama’s pick for Secretary of Health & Human Services.It’s a big blow for advocates of health care…
"Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis was arrested in Los Angeles after he showed up five hours late for a court hearing in his tax evasion case.
Roman Polanski's attorneys have lost their bid to disqualify all Los Angeles Superior Court judges from considering their request to dismiss the 31-year-old sex case against the fugitive director.
In the latest stunning twist in the SAG saga, the guild and the congloms have delayed the relaunch of their contract talks because guild prexy Alan Rosenberg is going to court today to demand the…