Oscar's lawyers are raising "Kane." Christie's auction house was scheduled to put Orson Welles' statuette under the gavel on Friday, but the item has been withdrawn after a protest from the Academy…
Principals from a pair of firms offering personal financial management services to Hollywood talent and execs have merged their practices into a single Miracle Mile entity.
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A morbidly obese policeman nibbles away at a murder case, confronting his own demons along the way in "The Over-Eater." Moody, melancholy pic, adapted from a successful 1998 graphic novel, reps a…
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Italy's Senate Tuesday approved a media bill that paves the way for billionaire Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to expand his media empire, despite charges of a conflict of interest.
Regal Entertainment's second-quarter profit inched up just 1% amid a modest surge in revenue, with the No. 1 U.S. exhib citing a challenging box office environment Tuesday in its release of figures.
In separate resolutions, the Screen Actors Guild national board of directors on Monday reaffirmed its commitment to merging with AFTRA and then set about seeking ways to overcome the objections that…
Attorney Leon Kaplan, one of the top entertainment attorneys from the 1940s into the 1990s and credited with being a force in the development of the indie production industry, died Friday at his…
AFTRA prexy John Connolly has indicated he will seek a second two-year term at the Aug. 14-16 national convention in Nashville.
Lawyers for Martha Stewart believe information pertaining to the lifestyle maven's June 4 indictment was leaked to the media and have asked a federal judge to order an investigation.
The local entertainment industry is reeling from a corruption scandal allegedy involving Canto-pop stars and other leading figures.
India's most expensive miniseries will be back on the air after an Indian appeals court Monday rejected a plagiarism suit by U.S.-based British author Barbara Taylor Bradford.