That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. You can run for Senate, think you have won, and still not get seated. Or you can get appointed, think you are the worthy one, and be denied…
Brit thesps Simon Pegg and Nick Frost will play bumbling detectives Thompson and Thomson in Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg's two-pic "Tintin" project.
Andrew Breitbart launches his new Website Big Hollywood on Tuesday, with what he calls a "modest objective — to change the entertainment industry." The site will undoubtedly focus on the content that…
Roman Polanski's lawyers want his case moved out of L.A.
Sony is refusing to comment on a report in the Times of London that alleges it is mulling massive restructuring, including shuttering entire divisions.
On the day that Al Franken declares victory, is there yet another sign of a reordering of the landscape of political punditry? Ann Coulter has been abruptly dropped as a guest on NBC’s “Today” to…
As America prepares to inaugurate its first biracial president, some of this year's Oscar contenders are reflecting America's "new normal" -- a country that increasingly accepts interracial…
Updated Al Franken released a statement calling his Senate victory “incredibly humbling,” but its still uncertain as to when he’ll be on his way to Washington. "I also know that this was a…
Barack Obama's team is finalizing the list of entertainment for its array of official inaugural events, and what I hear is that Barbra Streisand, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen and Stevie Wonder are…
Bowing to economic pressure, the New York Times has decided to run display ads on its front page.
First lady Laura Bushhas sold her memoirs to Scribner.