Further boosting the publicity and perhaps credibility of his new project, Michael Moore will testify at a California legislative briefing on his new documentary "Sicko" on June 12. Given its…
Booz Allen Hamilton has been selected by SAG, AFTRA and the ad industry to perform a study on how to pay thesps for commercials in a multiplatform landscape.
The relocation of 1,500 BBC staff to a high-tech base in the northwest of England finally looks set to go ahead, after the corporation agreed to terms with the site's developer.
Hillary Clinton drew a mix of politicos and paparazzi in a series of events through Hollywood circles, showing continuing strength as she competes aggressively with Barack Obama and John Edwards for…
At some of last night’s political events, it’s hard to say what was more of a draw: The candidate, or the crowd. Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani each were out raising money from Los Angeles…
"The Apprentice" isn't fired just yet. NBC Universal's new entertainment guru has a long-standing relationship with Burnett. Within 48 hours of Silverman getting his gig, Burnett hooked up Silverman…
All it took was a visit from California's Governator to get the Canadian government moving to squelch the plague of film piracy that in recent years has strained the patience of the U.S. studios.
Charlie Sheen released a statement today saying that he has not yet decided whether to narrate a newly edited 9/11 conspiracy pic, "Loose Change," which has been floating around YouTube. The New York…
Lindsay Lohan has asked to remain in the indie project "Poor Things" despite having entered rehab. "Poor Things" producers Shirley MacLaine and Rob Hickman are revamping the shooting schedule to…
That, and other news, in Thursday’s Political Panorama. Updated If Al Gore gets into the race — and he’s given no indication that he will — would he be able to resist becoming the victim of the…