It look Andrew Piddington four years to finish his docu-drama "The Killing of John Lennon," which won him a BAFTA nod last week as most promising British newcomer.
Updated With a simmering storm over comments he made about Hillary Clinton after the New Hampshire primary, Chris Matthews made an extensive statement about the whole matter on "Hardball" today. Some…
NBC Universal isn't giving up on "Nashville Star," choosing to move the USA Network music competition to the Peacock.
Army Archerd Archives: Pat Boone cancelled all personals except the Indiana State Fair on the completion of "April Love," a remake of "Home in Indiana.
Updated That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. No other presidential candidate has been more upfront about media coverage than John Edwards. He’s complained about Fox News coverage of…
One of this nation's greatest writers, 110 years ago, wrote a cross-dressing farce which was to be seen simultaneously in NYC and London. The writer was Mark Twain and his production of "Is He Dead…
The satirist’s new spot in his Minnesota campaign for the U.S. Senate is both sugary and irreverent. It doesn’t quite match the creativity of the ads that Paul Wellstone ran in 1990 to score a…
Updated What a relief it is to finally see a dose of Iowa and New Hampshire-style retail politics in the Golden State. Last week, Hillary Clinton lunched at King Taco in Boyle Heights. On Wednesday…
More proof that politics is showbiz by other means: Four production and design vets of stage and screen will play key roles in the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver this summer. "From…
A note to hecklers: Make sure you speak in clear, concise messages. Not too long after Dennis Kucinich lost his bid to participate in last night’s MSNBC presidential debate, a heckler disrupted the…