Boffo box office for the R-rated "The Matrix Reloaded" may be cause for celebration, but the film's huge success says something less encouraging about the difficulties of enforcing the Motion Picture…
To the Editor: An average SAG and AFTRA member probably won’t see this letter. You don’t usually get the trades, you don’t follow union politics and you are busy struggling to pay the rent, take care…
Declaring that "even in Hollywood, a deal's a deal," a state court judge sent the Marvel vs. Sony lawsuit over Spider-Man rights to a private judge Tuesday.
SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert and AFTRA president John Connolly have blasted management trustees of SAG's health and pension plan for opposing the unions' desire to merge the SAG and AFTRA plans.
Is Hollywood’s 50-year love affair with books coming to an end? At the moment, it seems film companies are primarily interested in comicbooks, videogames, toys, TV shows, games, phrases — anything…
A judge sent the decade-old Winnie the Pooh case back to state court Tuesday after only three weeks in federal court. U.S. District Court Judge Florence-Marie Cooper found the copyright issue that…
Inspired by the rah-rah popularity of Fox News and Bill O'Reilly, the book biz is turning its attention to the right.
With the Federal Communications Commission poised to radically redefine the rules governing media ownership, Democratic commissioner Jonathan Adelstein Tuesday warned against "McDonaldizing" the…
NBC's biopic about Martha Stewart may have been a big hit for the Peacock on Monday, but her real-life financial situation took another hit Tuesday.
Granada, one of the big two shareholders in Blighty commercial web ITV, announced Tuesday that pre-tax profits were up 35% to £65 million ($107 million) for the first six months ended March 31…