In New York: Cameron Diaz lost her cellphone last week in a taxi. Suddenly, young actor Jim Daly, traveling from his smash hit "Altar Boyz" at New World Stages, found it.
The Grateful Dead, Carlos Santana, Led Zeppelin and the Doors gave numerous legendary performances in San Francisco in their '60s and '70s heyday, but those acts are saying a concert archive and…
Corii Berg has been promoted to deputy general counsel for Sony Pictures Entertainment. He had been exec veep of the SPE corporate and distribution legal group.
Concord Records has revived soul label Stax and signed Isaac Hayes and Angie Stone as the imprint's first artists. Label will participate in several events in Memphis, where the original Stax was…
In-game advertising company Double Fusion has raised $26 million in funding from Time Warner, Hearst and a host of venture capital firms.
Lionsgate is feeling tender for Oz director John Polson's "Tenderness," toplining Russell Crowe. Indie studio has scooped up U.S., U.K., Australian and South African distrib rights to the thriller…
ABC's adaptation of Blighty sudser "Footballers' Wives" scored two touchdowns Monday, snagging a pilot greenlight and a potential big-name director in the form of Bryan Singer.
Michael B. Seligman has been named supervising producer of the 79th annual Academy Awards telecast, marking his 30th year of association with the Oscars show.
Comcast, the biggest cable operator in the U.S., and Endemol, the giant reality-show producer, have put together a plan to take user-generated videos to an even greater level of self-involvement.
Joseph Barbera, who with William Hanna founded powerhouse animation factory Hanna-Barbera, creator of TV gems such as "The Flintstones" and "The Jetsons," died of natural causes at his home Monday…
For a man with so much on the line, Axl Rose's 2½-hour perf at Gibson Amphitheater felt pro forma and desultory. Rose took the stage as scheduled, but the combative, charismatic frontman was nowhere…