The American Federation of Musicians is the latest entertainment guild to express dismay at Wisconsin's passage of a bill that strips government workers of most collective bargaining rights. The org…
Variety's Mark Schilling reports from Tokyo that the massive earthquake and tsunami has obviously disrupted the industry there. "Distrib Shochiku said that it is considering delaying or canceling the…
Just how did Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Nelly Furtado and 50 Cent end up performing for members of the Kadafi family? In short: Money. The Los Angeles Times' Reed Johnson and Rick Rojas write, "Some of…
Tony Shalhoub, star of "Monk," will appear at a rally in Madison, Wis., on Saturday to protest the pending state legislation stripping public employees of most collective bargaining rights. Shalhoub…
With NPR CEO Vivian Schiller out, fund-raising chief Ron Schiller resigned from both his old and new jobs and the James O'Keefe-masterminded sting gaining the media scandal status of a "gate," the…
Per Movieline, Meghan McCain reacted to the news that "Game Change" was casting with a Twitter f-bomb. She wrote last year, "I am sure the miniseries will come out in time for the next election to…
Charlie Sheen launching a $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre over his exile from "Two and a Half Men" boasts the fiery tone of betrayal and deception that has defined the…
Paul Webster has ankled as head of film at Kudos Pictures and Shine Pictures, owned by Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine Group, and will return to independent producing.
Ireland's Cartoon Saloon has tied down European partners on "Song of the Sea," Tomm Moore's follow-up to "The Secret of Kells."
Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in America" is getting the redux treatment.