W. Mark Felt, the former FBI second-in-command who revealed himself as "Deep Throat" 30 years after he helped The Washington Post unravel the Watergate scandal, has died. He was 95.
North African cinema proved the big winner as the 5th Dubai Intl. Film Fest wrapped Thursday, with Franco-Algerian co-production "Masquerades" winning the Muhr Award for best film.
Rumors are heating up in D.C. that President-elect Obama will name Julius Genachowski to head the Federal Communications Commission.
That, and other news, in today’s Roundup and Recap. First off: Apologies for the scarcity of blogging in the past 24 hours — a few hard and fast print deadlines to meet. For the first time, Al…
"The Office" stars Rainn Wilson and Jenna Fischer have been moonlighting outside of their Dunder Mifflin cubicles.
In their annual meeting at Gotham's Equitable Center, Sirius XM shareholders approved a reverse stock split and a plan to issue as many as 3.5 billion additional shares.
Fox Business Network has filed suit in Gotham against the Treasury Dept., claiming the agency ignored two Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests regarding the recent Wall Street bailout.
SAG president Alan Rosenberg's not backing down from seeking strike authorization despite blistering criticism that's mounted over the past week.
Barely a week after the arrest of Bernard Madoff, alleged mastermind of history's largest Ponzi scheme, Random House has bought a proposal for a book about his rise and fall.
Never one to force his will in Hollywood, Ron Howard decided to use some of the clout he had earned over decades in the television and movie business for something quite personal.
A slain cop is resurrected as a masked crime-fighter in "The Spirit," but Frank Miller's solo writing-directing debut plunges into a watery grave early on and spends roughly the next 100 minutes…