Ashok Amritraj's Hyde Park Entertainment and Mike Richardson's Dark Horse Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics are partnering on a slate of independent films.
Is Fred Thompson running for president? NBC thinks so. Asked if the thesp and former Tennessee senator would be back as district attorney Arthur Branch in the next season of "Law & Order," NBC…
Fledgling U.K. entertainment outfit, Iostar, designed to operate as a Hollywood-type studio, has bowed to the inevitable by announcing it has filed for liquidation.
Tom Carson reviews the late Jack Valenti’s memoir, "This Time, This Place: My Life in War, the White House in Hollywood," in the latest issue of Los Angeles and devotes much of the space to…
Loss-making Hong Kong paybox TVB Pay Vision has appointed Eric Yeung as its new CEO.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is warning bootleggers: Don't even think about it. The Dept. of Justice sent Congress proposed legislation that for the first time would criminalize "intent to…
"Law & Order" got a last-minute repreive on NBC’s fall schedule, but don’t expect Fred Thompson to to return. Thompson is considering jumping into the race for President, and has said that he will…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Citing too much "recreational traffic" and an "operational security challenge," The Pentagon is blocking sites such as YouTube and MySpace from…
The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA), Canada's main actors union, and the Canadian advertising industry have agreed to a one-year extension of the current national…
USJ, which operates the Universal Studios theme park in Osaka, moved into the black for the 2006 fiscal year, for the first time since the park opened five years ago.
The controversy--and the publicity--are gaining traction. Michael Moore issued a broadside in response to news that the Bush administration is investigating him for possible violation of a travel ban…