While not exactly a Christmas miracle, an injection of new capital has saved financially troubled production and distribution group IM Internationalmedia from insolvency.
The conversation has come to an end for Michael Eisner and CNBC. The former Disney chief will wrap up his monthly series "Conversations With Michael Eisner" in March after three years on CNBC.
Aaron Eckhart, Laurence Fishburne and Blake Lively have been tapped as presenters at the 66th Golden Globe Awards.
The BBC froze out ITV in the Christmas Day ratings battle powered by Aardman Animation's "Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death."
The American Society of Cinematographers has included three CBS shows -- "Eleventh Hour," "CSI" and "Flashpoint" -- in its nominations in two TV categories.
Thanks to a quartet of powerful tentpoles, Paramount is the only studio this year to rack up $2 billion in foreign box office.
Coming in under the wire for awards consideration, the two final releases of 2008 are Paramount Vantage's "Defiance," directed by Ed Zwick, and ThinkFilm's Viggo Mortensen starrer "Good."
The new production of "A Christmas Carol" at the Kodak Theater benefits from a strong cast but never quite coheres in a fully satisfying way.
Fox and Warner Bros. remain at war over "Watchmen," with Warners proclaiming it's not moving off its March 6 release date.
Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, whose virtuosity earned him jazz royalty status in the 1960s and whose commercial recordings in the '70s made him a fusion star, died Monday at the age of 70.
Ted Lapidus, the fashion designer who redefined chic with the 1960s unisex look, died Monday of pulmonary problems in Cannes, France. He was 79.