After a week of trial, plaintiff and star-witness author Clive Cussler took the stand for a brief direct examination in his case against Paul Anschutz's Crusader Entertainment over the disappointing…
Depending on whom you ask, California’s near-certain move of its primary up to February 5, 2008, is either a voter’s godsend of a campaign’s nightmare. One thing is certain: It won’t halt the…
Depending on whom you ask, California 's near-certain move of its primary up to Feb. 5 is either a voters' godsend or a candidates' nightmare. One thing is certain: It won't halt the stampede of…
The bloodletting drew victims at MTV Networks on Tuesday as staffers at VH1 Classic and MTV2 were let go. In a move that will shift many of the programming responsibilities for the two spinoff nets…
The Roundabout is gearing up for "Sunday in the Park With George," laying plans to put the Menier Chocolate Factory production of the Stephen Sondheim tuner into Studio 54 next season.
Sony will sharply cut coin spent on semiconductor chips, Sony executive deputy president Yutaka Nakagawa told reporters Tuesday.
The Screen Actors Guild will launch iActor, a free online casting directory for members, this spring. SAG members who are dues-current will be able to upload headshots, resumes, video clips and audio…
They are watching you. The Berlinale already uses night vision equipment, bag checks and security staff to combat piracy.
Updated Thompson Lashes Out at Libby Prosecutor: "Law & Order" regular and former Sen. Fred Thompson criticized Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s case against Scooter Libby because he says…
It’s so rare when official Washington goes off script, and always so interesting when it does. The latest example was tonight at the Ronald Reagan Bldg. International Trade Center, where HBO held its…
A Daytime Emmy snafu left National Academy of Arts & Sciences officials scrambling Monday to alert voters to a program ballot that mistakenly left off the talkshow category.