The bestselling videogame of 2004 will soon largely disappear from the shelves. In response to an uproar over sexually explicit hidden material in the game, "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" has been…
Turns out CBS entertainment division topper Nina Tassler knows how to work hard ... and play hard.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. marked its second year of donating more than $1 million in financial grants Wednesday at its annual installation luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Cirque du Soleil has confirmed its pact with Clear Channel Entertainment and real estate developer the Related Group to create a permanent venue for a new show in the Jackie Gleason Theater for the…
In advance of expected newsroom cutbacks, John Carroll has ankled as top editor of the Los Angeles Times. His No. 2, Dean Baquet, will take over as exec VP and editor on Aug. 15.
The Telluride Film Festival will bestow its annual Special Medallion award to the Criterion Collection and Janus Films. Presentation will be made at the 32nd festival, which runs Sept. 2-5.
Imagine localized versions of "Law & Order" or "Meet My Folks" dotting the foreign landscape. The already-formatted "Queer Eyes," another NBC Universal-backed show, airs in 15 territories abroad.
From the Archerd Archives: Bing Crosby and producer Sol Siegel are having a friendly family fight over whether the Groaner should sing in "Man on Fire." Crosby says no, but Siegel has the perfect…