Bud Yorkin first made his name as a director and producer of TV comedies and variety shows in the 1950s.
In 1966, President Johnson appointed Jack Valenti the third president and chief executive officer of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, a post he has held ever since.
"Joe Millionaire's" Evan Marriott and "American Idol's" Simon Cowell aside, the real stars of February sweeps were Fox's Sandy Grushow and Gail Berman.
Every once in a while a movie like "The Blair Witch Project" or "The Sixth Sense" comes along and shakes up Hollywood by wildly defying expectations and spawning imitators.
Taking over a decade to develop, "Antwone Fisher" was a labor of love for those involved that is now one of Hollywood legend.
It would be hard to walk into a theater these days and not be influenced by the innovations of George Lucas, whether being assaulted by THX sound or seeing images created by Lucas' visual effects…
"Magnum, P.I." star Tom Selleck will take another stab at primetime TV, starring in the NBC comedy pilot "Touch 'Em All McCall," while "Third Watch's" Eddie Cibrian has landed the lead in ABC's "The…
Just as Ronald Reagan honed his skills as "the great communicator" by entering the Oval Office by way of Hollywood, Robert Evans got a taste of what it might have been like to run a studio by playing…
Amid the flash and splash of the guild wars, one of the seemingly quietest organizations is the Producers Guild of America.
Showtime is close to partnering with Richard Pryor and "Mad About You" scribe Bill Grundfest to create a sitcom based on the legendary comic's standup routines.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon is officially acknowledging the end of his critically acclaimed UPN skein -- and already mulling plans for a spinoff.
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