Samuel L. Jackson will return as host of the 20th annual Independent Spirit Awards. He previously hosted the kudofest in 1996 and 1997.
ABC has sent a message to its rivals: You might want to keep your big events off Sunday night. NBC's telecast of the Golden Globes took a significant ratings hit Sunday, proving no match for the…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has quietly entered discussions to sell off four London theaters, representing just under a third of his portfolio of West End playhouses.
Fox is stepping up to the plate in the made-for-DVD movie arena with "The Sandlot 2" on April 26. This is the first of Fox's planned slate of original movies based on studio properties produced…
Credit NBC with mounting this ambitious event, capturing the oneness-of-the-world motif with its trio of locations, varied musical styles and a who's who of luminaries -- the celebrity equivalent of…
"Rois et reine" (Kings and Queen) took the top four prizes Monday night at the sixth Etoiles d'Or de la Presse (Golden Stars of the Press) awards, winning film and directing honors for Arnaud…
ESPN and Electronic Arts have signed a 15-year deal that includes in-game and on-air partnerships. Financial details weren't disclosed, but similar deals for major entertainment brands have included…
Indie distributor Roadside Attractions has picked up U.S. distribution rights to British actor Charles Dance's directorial debut "Ladies in Lavender."
Order of finish on the four-day box office chart stayed the same -- with Paramount's "Coach Carter" on top with $29.6 million -- as Nielsen EDI's estimates showed total business for the Martin Luther…
Mexican entertainment and media companies have joined forces to help the victims of last month's Asian tsunami disaster through the nonprofit Alliance for Asia.
The Arcade Fire's ascension to band of the moment was so swift that it was easy to be skeptical. The band's debut album did little to assuage doubts. Its spindly melodies, upholstered in dramatic…