A Merry Christmas to all ….
A Los Angeles federal judge has ruled that 20th Century Fox owns the distribution rights to "Watchmen," representing a setback for Warner Bros.' plans to release the pic in March.
An ongoing dispute between Warner Bros. TV and CBS over "Two and a Half Men" has spilled over into the courts.
Here’s a reminder that in the face of strife and division, there can be unity around a single adventure.
We pick the year’s angels … and Scrooges on the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington On the Radio. Join myself, Meagan Carberry and Teresa Valdez Klein for this Christmas Eve edition of our show…
I’m in Minneapolis this week, freezing as I never have been, but I just returned from the Guthrie Theater’s wonderful performance of Charles Dickens’ "A Christmas Carol." So it is perhaps fitting…
Amid growing internal opposition, Screen Actors Guild leaders aren't budging from their drive for a strike authorization vote.
As the evidence mounts that SAG's 122,000-plus members are in no mood to approve a strike authorization vote, the guild's top two bosses seem to be twisting in the chilly December wind, looking for…
A federal court has rejected Lifetime's bid to move the fight surrounding "Project Runway" out of a New York state court.
Tina Fey is the entertainer of the year? You betcha. Fey was voted The Associated Press' Entertainer of the Year, an annual honor chosen by newspaper editors and broadcast producers across the…
Shaw Brothers founder Sir Run Run Shaw has offered to take his iconic film company private for HK$1.33 billion ($172 million).