According to an insider, MSNBC pundit Chris Matthews announced Wednesday that he will not be seeking political office in 2010.
Warner Bros. has asked a federal judge to speed up his decision on whether to grant Fox's request to block the release of "Watchmen" on March 6.
Warner Bros. said Thursday that it will step up anti-piracy activities to protect next week's upcoming "Chandni Chowk to China," the conglom's second Bollywood movie.
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As expected, Chris Matthews is not planning to run for the Senate. That's according to a New York Times report, which said that he told his staff on Wednesday that he was not going to throw his hat…
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Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. President Bush told President-elect Barack Obama, "We wish you all the very best, and so does the country." Obama called it "an…
"The Secret Life of Bees" received eight noms, including one for top motion picture, for the 40th NAACP Image Awards, announced Wednesday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Fox and Warner Bros. have decided to forgo a jury trial in their legal tussle over which studio has distribution rights to "Watchmen" and agreed instead to let a federal judge decide in two weeks…
Just when Euro industryites thought the TV ad market had gotten as bad as it could get, it got a lot worse.
The Screen Actors Guild has quietly delayed bargaining on its basic cable pact -- which expired three weeks ago.