Harold Pinter, whose plays mixed menace, loneliness, humor and pregnant pauses with such distinction that he inspired the adjective "Pinteresque," died Dec. 24 at age 78.
The holiday rush finally arrived for the music biz as 17 titles topped sales of 100,000, led by the 330,000 copies of Taylor Swift's "Fearless" sold the week before Christmas.
An ongoing dispute between Warner Bros. TV and CBS over "Two and a Half Men" has spilled over into the courts.
The three primary songwriters in the band Chicago have inked a strategic partnership deal with Primary Wave Publishing, the first time all three have been with a single publisher.
At Thursday's preem of "Bedtime Stories," helmer Adam Shankman said he felt confident that families would flock to see the fanciful film despite the heavy competish at the Christmas Day box office.
The Los Angeles premiere of Tom Cruise starrer "Valkyrie" at the DGA Thursday was classy and on the smallish side.
Amid growing internal opposition, Screen Actors Guild leaders aren't budging from their drive for a strike authorization vote.
As the evidence mounts that SAG's 122,000-plus members are in no mood to approve a strike authorization vote, the guild's top two bosses seem to be twisting in the chilly December wind, looking for…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is readying a post-Christmas gift for its 5,810 voting members. Oscar ballots are set to be mailed out on Friday.
Jazz pianist, composer, arranger and conductor Page Cavanaugh, whose trio played in films and on Frank Sinatra's radio show, died Dec. 19 of kidney failure in Granada Hills, Calif. He was 86.
A federal court has rejected Lifetime's bid to move the fight surrounding "Project Runway" out of a New York state court.