Craig Hitchcock has been named veep and exec director of the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles.
A $100 million lawsuit by former Simon & Schuster chief exec Dick Snyder over Edgar Bronfman Jr.'s acquisition of Warner Music has been dismissed.
In a documentary well timed to coincide with the arrival of "Frost/Nixon" -- among the most critically lauded movies in Ron Howard's filmography -- Richard Schickel accompanies the actor-director on…
Warner Bros. will have to scramble to settle with 20th Century Fox if it still wants to release "Watchmen" on March 6.
Zavvi, one of the U.K.'s leading CD, DVD and vidgame retailers, is on the brink of bankruptcy.
"Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" remained robust in the top weekend slot at the international box office with $31 million at 6,211 playdates in 58 markets, finishing the year with back-to-back victories.
Sculptor Robert Graham, whose massive bronze works mark civic monuments across America, including the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, has died at 70.
Ann Savage, who earned a cult following as a femme fatale in such 1940s pulp-fiction flicks as "Detour," has died.