Updated All week, as "Access Hollywood" has aired its exclusive interview with the Obama family bit by bit over four nights, seasoned political pros have watched with a combination of envy and scorn…
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he would be willing to get involved in helping to break the contract stalemate between the Screen Actors Guild and Hollywood's major studios, but he made it…
If you want a glimpse of Comic-Con past -- before the San Diego convention became the swollen, studio-driven, 125,000-attendee hub of the pop-culture universe that it is today -- drop by L.A.'s…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. It may be hard to stop a "Hulk" villain from chomping on a cigar, but Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, known to light up himself in his famous…
After taking a post-strike hiatus, the Writers Guild of America is renewing its push to organize reality shows by targeting "American Idol."
SAG's still not ready to close a deal with the majors -- signaling that the thesps' contract stalemate will linger on into the late summer.
China's censors want certain changes in the cut of Universal's "The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" before they give it the greelight for release in that country.
It's not quite a gathering of the Justice League, but there's a superhero summit under way at Warner Bros. Warners and sibling DC Comics are holding high-level talks to hammer out a master strategy…
Hiroshi Inoue, prexy of Tokyo Broadcasting System, said Wednesday that he and 11 other TBS execs will take pay cuts ranging from 10%-15% in response to the network's recent plunge in spot ad revenues.
The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan, long a champion of Barack Obama, fears that his move of his convention-night acceptance speech to a stadium and his agreement to put his entire family to "Access…