A conservative group that pressured CBS to cancel "The Reagans" miniseries last year now is leaning on U.S. theater owners to drop Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" from their release lineup.
Maverick Records and Warner Music Group have extended and restructured their joint venture, dropping their lawsuits and keeping Guy Oseary atop the imprint.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped veteran producer and studio exec David Picker chairman of the New York-based Producers Guild East.
Columbia Records has promoted Charlie Walk to executive vice president, creative marketing and promotion.
Despite generally resilient holds by three U.S. blockbusters, European ticket sales tumbled last weekend as the first round of the Euro 2004 soccer championships drew hefty ratings on TV…
South Korea's Ministry of Culture & Tourism has cut the screen quota system that has protected the local film industry since 1966, paving the way for more Hollywood pics.
The Nantucket Film Festival and TriggerStreet.com, Kevin Spacey's online community for screenwriters and filmmakers, will partner for a staged reading at next year's fest.
The grunge-meets-classic-rock duo Local H has returned to sardonic form on its newly released fifth album "Whatever Happened to P.J. Soles?," an engrossing set of pointed songs that smartly examine…
Any show transporting characters through Suez, Bombay, Calcutta, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York and London would seem to require a large, literal production. But the best theater is…
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