Lady Gaga's speech in Maine today was certainly strategic. In her lobbying effort to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell, with a cloture vote scheduled for Tuesday, she has chosen not to do the typical trek…
Here's a clip of Al Franken and Christine O'Donnell on "Politically Incorrect," circa 1997, discussion a provision of welfare reform which containted a moralistic provision about teaching sex…
This time around in the DGA's contract negotiations with the majors, concerns about new media and future earnings potential are taking a backseat to present-day bread-and-butter issues.
National Geographic Entertainment nabbed U.S. rights to Toronto Film Fest winner "The First Grader."
The Toronto Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday, was the scene of more robust sales activity this year. For hometown filmmaker Ingrid Veninger, securing domestic distribution from Mongrel Media for…
Shine Pictures, the joint venture between the U.K.'s Kudos Pictures and Hollywood producer-financier New Regency, is launching The Big Idea, a competition for British writers.
A state court judge has given preliminary approval of a proposed settlement in Ken Osmond's class-action lawsuit over the Screen Actors Guild's over how it disburses money collected from foreign tax…
Here's a rundown of the most competitive congressional races that are drawing Hollywood donor dollars, based on figures from the Center for Responsive Politics and the Federal Election Commission…
It's a reflection of the tenuous times for both Democrats and Hollywood that candidates looking to raise cash from showbiz are taking a much more subtle tack than they did in 2008, when Barack Obama…
The war between the TV groups of rival moguls Rupert Murdoch and Italo Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi entered an unedifying new phase on Monday, when Sky Italia provoked a foul-mouthed slanging…