It used to be that you couldn't start tubthumping your Oscar movies too early. But thanks to the lessons of last year, many key contenders this year are holding back, wary of peaking too soon.
Here’s probably more reasons for Al Gore not to throw his hat in the ring. A new poll commissioned by cable channel IFC shows that more voters believe winning the Nobel Peace Prize is more meaningful…
It's full steam ahead (well, unless there's a strike) on frosh skeins "Private Practice" and "The Big Bang Theory," as well as returnee "The Unit."
Location, location, location is the oft-heard bellwether to describe top real estate. It can also make the difference between a good shoot and a great one.
When he was running ABC Entertainment, Disney Chairman Robert Iger raised eyebrows by speculating that TV economics might eventually compel the major networks to pare their primetime lineups from 22…
The third and only remaining "Charlie McCarthy," Edgar Bergen’s historic co-star, will find a happy new home. One "Charlie" is at the Smithsonian, a second in Chicago‘s Museum of Broadcasting and the…
While tears were flowing in N.Y. over the doggone Ellen DeGeneres story, smiles were beaming at the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital thanks to Doris Day’s contribution to…
Hillary Clinton leads in Hollywood fund-raising, but Barack Obama actually collected more money from entertainment sources in the third quarter. In the July 1- Sept. 30 quarter, Obama raised $580,000…
Kirk Douglas is requested (by our State Dept.) to tour Arab countries, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco next spring. And Douglas (who's Jewish) says he would gladly go.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Big media giants are suddenly back in the fray — perhaps as a campaign issue. According to a report in the New York Times, FCC chairman Kevin…
Stephen Colbert is chatting up his presidential prospects with local politicians in South Carolina. According to the New York Times’ Caucus blog, "Joe Werner, executive director of the South…