Congress' crusade against TV violence has suddenly turned into a Holy War.
The Grateful Dead have sued Warner Bros. Records and Warner Bros.
A screenwriter has filed suit to stop production of a Barry Levinson film starring Joe Pesci because he claims it's based on his script.
Jack Lemmon and other stars from Celebrity Row stormed a castle and won. Heeding a spirited protest, the Beverly Hills City Council voted 4-1 on Tuesday to kill approval of an 18-bedroom, 21-bathroom…
Melvin Simon Prods. Inc. has sued Viacom Intl. Inc. for allegedly consistently being late on making quarterly payments under a 1978 distribution deal.
Allegations of sexual harassment have been made against playwright Israel Horovitz by six actresses and staff members involved with Massachusetts' Gloucester Stage Company, according to a story in…
A judge refused to throw out a claim of sexual harassment against the star and co-star of "The Wonder Years" but dismissed a claim against a third actor Wednesday.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has reached an agreement in principle on a below-the-line contract for James Cameron's new big-budget action film, "True Lies."
Nancy McLeod Perkins has been named VP, casting, at Universal TV, overseeing casting for all series and pilots.
Rep. John Bryant (D-Texas) on Wednesday offered legislation directing the FCC to set standards for reducing the level of TV violence.
Robert Urich has ended a longtime association with agent Merritt Blake to move over to International Creative Management, sources said Wednesday.