The Kennedy Center paid tribute to Carol Burnett with featured favorite characters from her long-running show.
"Bend It Like Beckham" director Gurinder Chadha flew back from the Indian set of "Bride and Prejudice" to receive her "creative originality" prize at the 13th Women in Film and Television awards in…
"Whale Rider" director Niki Caro, star Keisha Castle-Hughes and Newmarket prexy Bob Burney joined Jane Cunliffe, Consul General of New Zealand, in New York Dec. 4 to toast the success of the New…
Roman Polanski's "Dance of the Vampires" may have been cursed on Broadway, but it's still a huge hit in Old Europe.
"Dangerous Company" seems to be attracting eclectic company.
With no fanfare, AFTRA has assumed jurisdiction over half a dozen primetime network series in what has been SAG's traditional turf. AFTRA currently covers CBS's "Joan of Arcadia" and "Still…
Paramount has decided to take a flyer on "The Girl Who Could Fly," purchasing the spec script by Victoria Lakeman for mid-six figures for Michael Aguilar and Dean Georgaris to produce.
Move over, Tinkerbell. "Cheaper by the Dozen" has moved into your island. At Sunday's Chinese Theater preem, "Dozen" producer Robert Simonds allowed that Christmas is "a ferociously competitive date"…
NBC News said Monday it is reviewing a report suggesting that recently returned "Dateline" correspondent Maria Shriver is playing a key role in her husband Arnold Schwarzenegger's gubernatorial…
The Sundance Institute has selected 12 projects for the annual January Screenwriters Lab, which takes place Jan. 9-14 at Utah's Sundance Village.
The San Francisco Film Critics Circle has named Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation" best picture of 2003, the group announced Monday.