Frustrated revelers grumbled about the Golden Globe lines, but if you did manage to get inside this weekend's parties -- and that's a big if -- there was certainly fun to be had.
Indie movies that can't find a theatrical home may now have an alternative. Laemmle Theaters president Greg Laemmle and GS Entertainment Marketing Group prexy Steven Zeller have teamed up to form…
Warner Books has inked a deal with Billy Crystal to publish "700 Sundays," a book based on Crystal's hit Broadway play of the same name.
A creative clash between "Old School" director Todd Phillips and British comic Sacha Baron Cohen has prompted the director to ankle "Borat," a documentary-style comedy feature that had just begun…
Former "Good Morning America" correspondent-producer Mindy Moore has been tapped VP of alternative development for Fox TV Studios.
Several more helmers -- including Roger Corman, George Romero and Tobe Hooper -- have signed on direct segments of the upcoming "Masters of Horror" film anthology.
Lifetime TV has signed Jami Gertz to star in a drama about a former parole officer who devotes her life to working with high school kids of parents who are in prison.
Peter Jackson and partner Fran Walsh have put up their own coin to option film rights to the Alice Sebold novel "The Lovely Bones" in an unusual development plan that will exclude studio financing…
Fox is adding some Foster children to its primetime family. Net is teaming with the producers of A&E hit "Growing Up Gotti" for a half-hour unscripted laffer focusing on music producer David Foster's…
A joyless road-trip comedy that's about as pleasant as a bad case of car sickness, "Are We There Yet?" traps the affable Ice Cube in a dismal kiddy slapstick saga that even his considerable charisma…
Maybe they should just hold the Globe after-parties in the BevHilton's lobby. Open a bar; set up a band; dance on top of the registration desk. After all, the lobby is where many of the guests were…