Michael Jackson has initiated legal proceedings against Granada Television to stop it from using any unscreened footage from Martin Bashir's controversial documentary.
Marvel Enterprises set the gears in motion Tuesday to sue Sony Pictures Entertainment in L.A. Superior Court over the Spider-Man character. Marvel asked that the filing be sealed from public view per…
The dearth of female directors, editors, writers and cinematographers in top Hollywood films continues to drive the Guerrilla Girls ape, with the underground feminist group readying its latest…
Tom Hanks has signed on with attorney Skip Brittenham for representation in his transactional entertainment work.
Dimension Films has set Oscar-nominated screenwriter Robert Nelson Jacobs to try to scare up a feature franchise from the Marvel Comics creation "Werewolf by Night."
SAG and AFTRA leaders have journeyed to Hollywood, Fla., to seek help from the nation's labor leaders over bringing about the proposed merger of the performers' unions.
Virtually all Broadway musicals are planning to hold rehearsals with so-called "virtual orchestras."
The Writers Guild of Canada has blasted the Canadian government's recent decision to boost incentives for foreign producers while cutting its support of the Canadian Television Fund.
Ad holding company WPP Group reported revenues and profits down for 2002, with continued pain in store for the ad sector in 2003.
The curtain will stay down at theaters throughout France Tuesday and a multitude of film and TV shoots are likely to be halted in a 24-hour national strike by Gallic entertainment industry workers.