Speaking in 2006 before a group of businessmen in Washington D.C., John McCain vowed to pursue reform of the corruptive influence of money and politics. "This fight will go on as long we are alive,"…
Entertainment lawyer Ken Ziffren -- who helped resolve the 1988 writers strike -- doesn't like being asked who won the recent 2007-08 scribe/studio standoff.
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In one of the odder developments in the labor calendar, it's looking likely the majors' next deal won't be with SAG and AFTRA but with the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees.
Clint Eastwood tells the Los Angeles Times he bears no hard feelings toward California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger after he got booted from the state parks board, but he’s not sure why he was removed…
John McCain receives Nancy Reagan’s endorsement at her Bel-Air home tonight. Not too far away, he’ll also be raising money at the home of his national finance co-chair, Jerry Perenchio, the founder…
The Indian government told the film industry Tuesday that it would take a light touch to regulation to tackle piracy -- but would legislate if necessary.
After weeks of hearing about the types of calls Anthony Pellicano illegally recorded, jurors finally got to listen to several Monday -- and some in Hollywood may have wished they had never picked up…
Barack Obama is a distant cousin of Brad Pitt, while Hillary Clinton is related to Angelina Jolie. Pitt and Jolie have yet to endorse.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. It had to be said: Political journalists, especially those online, have to be provocative to have their voices heard in this Internet age. That’s…
The Smashing Pumpkins are suing Virgin Records, saying the record label has illegally used their name and music in promotional deals that hurt the band's credibility with fans.
Hugh Jackman and "Eli Stone" co-creator Marc Guggenheim are teaming with Virgin Comics to create "Nowhere Man," an original comicbook series that is designed to be transferred to the bigscreen as a…