Sam Taylor-Wood's "Nowhere Boy," about John Lennon's youth, will kick off the 21st Dinard Festival of British Film Oct. 6 to honor the 70th anniversary of the late Beatle's birth.
Russia's leading commercial TV network CTC Media is launching its own direct advertising sales house, taking advantage of a change in broadcast regulations.
Korean helmer Kim Jee-woon is rushing to recut horror pic "I Saw the Devil" ahead of its Thursday release date after local censors upheld its restricted rating for extreme violence.
Warner Bros. is moving ahead on a second "Green Lantern," hiring Michael Goldenberg to write the screenplay.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has sold a controlling stake in its Star China TV business to state-backed media investment fund China Media Capital for an undisclosed sum.
"The Other Guys" topped domestic box office with an estimated $35.6 million at 3,651 playdates.
Here's some of the stories I've featured in the past seven days: Hollywood celebrated Judge Vaughn Walker's Prop 8 ruling, not only because so many celebrity figures are in support, but because it…
Russia's wildfire emergency has shut down a Hollywood horror movie shooting in Moscow.
It's August. No one wants to read yet another in-depth analysis of business trends. So this is a column about art.
Just hours after a federal judge issued his definitive ruling overturning Proposition 8, David Boies -- who is teamed with fellow star attorney Ted Olson in fighting California's same-sex marriage…
Fifty-four years ago, Readers' Digest published an article about the American Federation of Musicians. Titled "The Union That Fights Its Workers," it attempted to explain how AFM leadership was…