A list of what is undeniably passé and conversely, the looks to embrace in 2007.
Marmaduke Hussey, who spent a decade as chairman of the BBC, positioning it for the digital era, died Dec. 27. He was 83.
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling in favor of how the WGA West awarded screenwriter credits on "The Last Samurai."
Following its socko one-day start on Christmas, Paramount and DreamWorks' bigscreen musical "Dreamgirls" will be up for a test this frame as the pic plays its first full weekend in 852 playdates.
If you notice Darth Vader, flanked by 200 stormtroopers, marching through Pasadena on Monday, don't worry: You're not seeing things because you drank too much at a New Year's Eve party.
The National Football League scored a touchdown with its Nielsen ratings in 2006, delivering gains in total viewers on all four of its major carriers: NBC, CBS, Fox and ESPN. In the key adult-male…
Guillermo del Toro, whose latest film, "Pan's Labyrinth," opens today.
The much-maligned mid-budget movie proved to be this year's overachiever at the box office in 2006. Meanwhile, some mega-budgeted fare sank beneath the weight of their outrageous expectations.
After a decidedly downbeat 2005, international box office has recovered nicely this year, tallying $14.6 billion in grosses to mark an 11% gain.
J. Michael Riva has been named production designer of the 79th Academy Awards and Pamela Oas Williams has been tapped pre-show producer.