Canada is living up to its rep as a hockey-crazed nation -- a junior-hockey tournament featuring teen players with little marquee value has become the top-rated show on Canadian TV so far this season.
Don Galloway, an actor whose career was launched in the early days of television soap operas and later included the big screen, died Jan. 8 in Reno, Nev.
HBO has given the greenlight to a second season of its animated comedy "The Life and Times of Tim" from Media Rights Capital.
"I never wanted to play a woman who, running away from the alien, falls and the other people have to go back and haul her up," says Glenn Close, who's gone her entire career rejecting such parts in…
"Something about Amelia" racked up eight Emmy nominations and became the gold standard for MOWs dealing with sexually explicit and controversial material. Now, Danson and Glenn Close have teamed up…
Thesps Dakota Fanning, Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams and Freida Pinto were the youngsters among the honorees at the 20th Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival gala Jan. 6.
After five years of playing in classy productions, Close's performances took an unexpected turn: She boiled the bunny in "Fatal Attraction." Suddenly the quietly noble actress established a new twist…
The screen has been good to Glenn Close, but her acting career started onstage, where her accolades include three Tonys, most recently for her 1994 turn in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard."
Writer/director David O. Russell has signed with CAA.
"'Til Death" is very much alive. Fox has given a 22-episode order to bring back the Brad Garrett/Joely Fisher comedy next season.
On the label it says Blighty soccer player. But add David Beckham's global sponsorship appeal, a pushy, former popstar wife in Posh Spice Victoria, and a host of A-list showbiz friends and you have…