While GQ slims down Kate Winslet's legs with an air-brush, a growing number of glossies are celebrating the imperfections and ordinariness of celebrities in a way formerly embraced only by tabloids.
What a difference a decade makes. The last time bookies were running the odds on a Hollywood studio bidding war, Barry Diller's QVC was squaring off against Sumner Redstone's Viacom in a high-stakes…
Drawing three lines, Paul Kocher sketches a grim picture for Hollywood: One shows fast-growing computer hard-drive capacity. Another is for ever-faster online connections.
Going, going, gone? That's the question percolating through the once-mighty commercials production scene in Los Angeles.
Former celeb clients of disgraced money manager Dana Giacchetto have begun paying back funds that were improperly diverted to their accounts, court records show.
Veteran SAG activist Gordon Drake has announced he's running for SAG president, joining a field that includes current prexy Melissa Gilbert and SAG treasurer Kent McCord.
He may still be hoping to buy back Universal, but Edgar Bronfman Jr. is fast joining ousted chairman Jean-Marie Messier as a villain of the messy Vivendi Universal debacle in the eyes of riled French…
A C$21 million ($15 million) restructuring charge, including a $5 million cut at its production division Fireworks Entertainment, took a bite out of CanWest Global Communications' fiscals this…
Steady growth in all of its divisions and a concerted effort to cut capital expenses helped Canada's largest cabler Rogers Communications post C$54.2 million ($38.8 million) in net income and a 10%…
SBS Broadcasting is continuing its push to become one of the largest radio operators in the Nordic territories with the E17.5 million ($19.6 million) acquisition of U.S.-based Clear Channel Intl…