Sony Corp. chairman Howard Stringer warned against collapsing video windows and extolled Blu-Ray, as he promised investors and the press Friday that the beleaguered Japanese giant will rise again.
With his new drama "Bones" off to a meaty start, producer Barry Josephson has sealed an overall deal at 20th Century Fox TV.
A team of longtime showbiz industryites, including former Lions Gate, Sony and Turner exec Dennis Miller, has launched a venture capital firm called Spark Capital. Firm said it will direct its $260…
Record producer Steve Lillywhite has joined Sony BMG's Columbia Records as senior vice president of A&R. Lillywhite, who earned kudos for his work with Peter Gabriel and U2, will sign artists to the…
There are performers who are all things to all people, but Neil Diamond is not one of them. As his richly entertaining two-hour concert at Staples Center (the first of four) proves, Diamond has been…
Could the high-definition DVD format wars be over before they even begin? In a stunning announcement, Paramount Home Entertainment has decided to support Sony's Blu-ray disc format for the next…
Fall's fast start slowed this weekend, as the frame's new pics failed to fuel much aud enthusiasm. Walt Disney's holdover "Flightplan" led the pack for a second week, scoring $15 million in its…
"The Proposition" bowed in Sydney Sept. 28 at the Entertainment quarter.
Landing the title role in Roman Polanski's "Oliver Twist" was "pretty cool," admitted 12-year-old Barney Clark at the pic's Sept. 24 world preem; learning how to pick pockets from a pro: "brilliant."
With so few new high-profile entries in the foreign B.O. landscape, a handful of holdovers dominated over the Sept. 23-25 frame. Warner Bros.' "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was able to sweeten…
WHAT: Opening night for the 43rd New York Film Festival, featuring an unspooling of George Clooney's "Good Night, and Good Luck"