French actor, director and producer Claude Berri, an institution in French cinema for more than half a century, died of a stroke Monday in Paris. He was 74. President Nicolas Sarkozy hailed him as…
Editors of the films "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "The Dark Knight," "Milk," "Slumdog Millionaire" and "Frost/Nixon" were honored with noms for top drama at the 59th annual Ace Eddie Awards.
The latest pic from 100-year-old Portuguese helmer Manoel de Oliveira, "Eccentricities of a Blonde-Haired Girl," is on course to world preem at the Berlin Film Festival.
French production and sales company Wide Management has closed a large number of foreign deals, proving that the international sales biz is still alive and kicking.
Kevin James is making a return to CBS' hit Monday-night laffer lineup. Sort of.
Bob Pisano, prexy and chief operating officer of the MPAA, thought he was attending the Media and Entertainment Counsel of the Year Awards on Friday to give the keynote address, but he wound up…
"Slumdog Millionaire" furthered its rags to riches storyline at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, with the Fox Searchlight pic winning best picture, director, screenplay and original score, while…
During an evening that otherwise belonged entirely to HBO, "Mad Men" and "30 Rock" continued a storybook year that has practically seen each series amass more awards than viewers by accepting top…
Anna Paquin talked backstage about how hard she fought to win the role of Sookie Stackhouse in "True Blood."
Absence certainly made Hollywood hearts fonder towards the Globes.
"Hotel for Dogs" is a Chihuahua-sized concept served up in a doggy bag of contrivances and shtick.