The Masters of the Media Universe have lived through some exasperating moments lately. Sumner must resolve some debt issues. Rupert is irked by a new book about him by Michael Wolff. And Jeffrey…
Based on estimates from crime statisticians, it's a safe bet more serial killers prowled primetime and movies this year than have been documented in modern history. Yet the horde of ruthless…
With legiters closely watching the box office for fallout of the economic downturn, what's to be gleaned from the performance of the secondary ticket market? "Secondary market," of course, is just a…
That, and other news, in today’s Roundup and Recap. Barack Obama’s inaugural committee has set up a tool to make it easier to search for donors and bundlers "real time." The money will pay for the…
When I first heard yesterday that Jerry Lewis would be getting the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the coming Academy Awards, my first reaction was laughter. It wasn’t because Lewis is a comic…
Stephen Daldry couldn't have known what he was getting into when he grabbed the directing reins on "The Reader."
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"Frost/Nixon's" depiction of a moment in TV history required historic efforts by location manager Greg Alpert.
There’s a list of some 48 — yes, that is 48 — balls planned for Barack Obama’s inauguration, but only a select few are designated as "official." That is, they are those that Obama’s inaugural…
From the Army Archerd Archive: Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards departed for their five-week Swiss vacation. And Dyan Cannon wound "Bob & Carol" and is off for Acapulco.
Updated That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Ron Howard’s "Frost/Nixon" captured five nominations at this morning’s announcement of the Golden Globe nods, but Gus Van Sant’s "Milk,"…