Not since the mid '60s -- when U.K. groups like the Beatles, the Stones, the Who and the Kinks took over America's radio waves -- has such a confluence of talent produced such a perfect storm of…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Is he serious? That’s the strategy that the National Senatorial Campaign Committee is deploying against Al Franken as he tries to unseat Sen. Norm…
John Malone and Rupert Murdoch may be squaring off yet again -- and this time the battleground is Blighty's pay TV industry, which Murdoch has long dominated.
Despite a bitter split in its leadership, the Screen Actors Guild is moving toward a tougher stance at upcoming contract negotiations.
Warner Bros. and Akiva Goldsman's Weed Road Pictures has acquired screen rights to the Michael Hague graphic novel "In the Small," to be published later this year by Little, Brown.
As movies based on graphic novels such as "300," "Sin City," "Road to Perdition," "A History of Violence" and "Stardust" become more common, frustrated Hollywood filmmakers are taking dormant…
Comic-Con should now be called Comedy Con. Fanboys normally flock to the annual San Diego confab looking for all things sci-fi, fantasy, horror and superhero-related. But this year, Hollywood won…
A resolution on News Corp.'s bid for Dow Jones could come this week, possibly as early as Monday. The family is expected to take a final vote early this week on whether to accept Rupert Murdoch's…
Count Benderspink among the Hollywood players going comicbook shopping in San Diego this week. Company has secured the film rights to "Drafted," by Mark Powers, from Devil's Due Publishing.
March 1 is looming large on calendars all over Hollywood. For studio honchos, it's the last date to get cameras rolling on major movie projects to avoid the whammy of a possible SAG strike in July.
Retaliation? One thing I forgot to mention in the earlier post about Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney backing out of the YouTube debate on CNN is that it is merely just desserts in the Democrats…