Hollywood's involvement in world affairs tends to be very showy. No matter how well-meaning the effort, celebs use their star power to attract cameras and ink to causes. Think George Clooney shining…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap.Before Christian Bale, there was Val Kilmer, and the latter may be about to subject himself to a full public exposure of his persona. Kilmer is…
Neil Peplow has been appointed director of film at Skillset, the government and industry-backed training body for the U.K. creative industries. Peplow, who will oversee Skillset's Bigger Future…
It's not quite a nerd Mecca like San Diego, but the New York Comicon has plenty going for it this year.
Rupert Murdoch's forecast of dark clouds shrouding his media empire proved too optimistic Thursday as News Corp. reported a $6.4 billion loss in its second quarter.
Etta James slams Beyonce — and President Obama.
The film isn't even in theaters yet, but "Push: Based on a Novel by Sapphire" has already spawned dueling lawsuits.
Strike two for Alan Rosenberg. A judge on Thursday denied the SAG prexy's second request for a temporary restraining order to overturn the national board's firing of exec director Doug Allen and its…
Horror pic scribe Neal Marshall Stevens has inked a deal with Studio 407 to create two comicbooks, "Havoc Brigade" and "Demon Squad," which the company may adapt into features.
Listings for the CW and MTV have been reinstated in TV Guide, a month after the mag pulled those networks from its grids.