On this Christmas day, wishing a great and wonderful holiday to all.
Not a holiday goes by in my family where at least a mention isn’t made of Christmas Eve, 1972. Our holidays are steeped in tradition, as a the cliche goes, and much of it is a bit irreverent. But…
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It’s from Fred Thompson, but with no Fred Thompson. Instead, it is a tribute to the troops on the holidays. Which ad was most effective? On "Meet the Press," the consensus among Tim Russert, John…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. "Charlie Wilson’s War" debuts this weekend, and while its box office prospects are uncertain in a year in which moviegoers have shunned seemingly…
One more AMPTP statement, this one sort of a greatest-hits hodgepodge. There's a lot of the Wolper letter, the now-classic David Young quote and their figures on the average WGA salary and how much…
"Here's what's creepy about this war," one striking writer told me last week. "I know who my allies are, but I don't really know my enemy."
Thailand's National Legislative Assembly passed the controversial Film Act on Thursday, replacing laws that have been largely unchanged since 1930.
As you probably gleaned from the WGA statement below, no decision appeared to come out of today's talks between Worldwide Pants and the Writers Guild. Worldwide Pants is looking to secure a waiver…
The scale of losses to piracy in the Korean film industry is escalating sharply as pirates and the consuming public move ever more online.
Mexican media conglom Televisa's bid to break its contract with Univision Communications is heading to trial after a judge rejected claims by Univision that there was insufficient evidence to justify…