Making movies isn't easy in the best of times. But it's about to get even more migraine-inducing in this grueling economy as many states mull downsizing or repealing the sizable tax incentives that…
Bankrupt Circuit City Stores Inc., unable to work out a sale of the company, said Friday it will go out of business -- closing its 567 U.S. stores and cutting 30,000 jobs.
The night before Barack Obama is sworn in as the nation's 44th president in an historic first, Washington's newly opened Harman Center for the Arts will host another significant first: the Hip-Hop…
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Screen Actors Guild board member Frances Fisher has disavowed a suggested boycott of eight actors who are up for SAG awards.
I'll be flying most of today, but I wanted to share a nice piece by Jon Burlingame in Variety, where he talks to John Williams about his work for the swearing-in ceremony. It is inspired by Aaron…
On Newsweek.com, Tammy Haddad goes inside the Blair House, “the hottest home in town,” with rarely seen footage of upper floor rooms that have housed presidents-elect, Queen Elizabeth and Prince…
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Viacom-linked Bollywood production house The Indian Film Company is coming under assault from a fund management group.
Amidst a brutal internal war, leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have put their divisive strike authorization on hold until at least next week so they can explore making a run at a last-ditch round…
Wide Awake Entertainment, a label less than a year old and with the release of just one recording to its credit, was given the right to purchase Death Row Records for $18 million on Thursday.
A classical quartet gets the prime spot between the swearing-in of Vice President-elect Joseph Biden and that of President-elect Barack Obama on Tuesday. And along the way, a 56-year-old musical…