By a margin of only 1,280 votes, SAG members Tuesday spurned a proposed combination with AFTRA following an acrimonious campaign that underscored deep divisions among thesps. The narrow loss, just 2%…
Bert Fields will formally withdraw from the long-running Winnie the Pooh case today. The plaintiffs, the Slesinger family, will be represented by Los Angeles attorney David Wheeler in their battle…
Vivendi Universal is doing its best to incite a multi-billion dollar bidding war for its entertainment properties. Following Tuesday's two-hour board meeting in Paris, Viv U took Univeral Music Group…
In a case of Hollywood accounting allegedly run amok, production company MPH Entertainment claims it has been cheated out of profits on "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" -- the most successful indie film of…
Out of a respectfully quiet but electrified audience of thousands came a single strong voice ... "We love you, sir!"
Following Mumbai's only indie FM station switchoff May 27, another station, Go 92.5, backed by the Mid-Day media house, has served notice on the government that it may close in 2004. This is…
To the Editor: Peter Bart trivializes the entertainment industry with his column on Frank Sinatra five years after his death (“A black eye for Old Blue Eyes,” Daily Variety, June 16). He mixes his…
How "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" fares at the box office this weekend could matter more to Californians than they know.
If this sequel-packed movie summer had a title, it would probably be "The Audience Strikes Back."
Less than a week after former editor in chief Bonnie Fuller abruptly stepped down from Us Weekly to work for the American Media tabloid empire, Us is expected to name Fuller's No. 2, Janice Min the…