A federal judge has dealt a setback to the Screen Actors Guild over how it disburses millions of dollars from foreign tax revenues to actors.
The AFL-CIO has given its blessing to the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA negotiating jointly at upcoming contract bargaining with the majors on a new feature-primetime contract.
Stephen Colbert is taking his show on the road. The faux-conservative comic will broadcast "The Colbert Report" from Philadelphia April 14-17, taking 80 staffers with him to cover the crucial…
Barack Obama’s speech on race drew immediate high marks among the pundit class — but the real question is how this nuanced, carefully crafted and deliberate piece of oratory translate into a campaign…
Garry Shandling's testimony in the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping trial continues to reverberate around town.
Warner Bros. has acquired film rights to the Alexis Nolent graphic novel "Cyclops" and will develop it as a feature vehicle for helmer James Mangold.
The U.K. ban on the "unremittingly bleak, callous and sadistic" vidgame "Manhunt 2" has been lifted.
If there’s one thing that this race has instilled in pundits this year, it’s the dangers of making sweeping predictions. Time and again, they are being proven wrong. Mike Huckabee doesn’t have a…
"He’s a comedian, you know," Hillary Clinton said on Monday, in response to Sinbad’s criticism of her claims that her trip to Bosnia with him and Sheryl Crow were in any way perilous. According to…
Four Japanese Internet service providers have united to crack down on pirates who use file-sharing programs to steal content, the Yomiuri Shimbun paper reported on Saturday.
More evidence that the bitterness among the Clinton and Obama camps is seeping down to the donor level. Daphna Ziman, a Hillary Clinton bundler well-known in Los Angeles political/entertainment…