London Eye: Long considered the most parochial of the Hollywood studios, Paramount Pictures has finally acknowledged that there's a big world out there, and it's determined to grab its share.
Tuning In: Every day seems to bring another article or study regarding the nexus of television and technology that recalls the New Yorker cartoon with "The End Is Near" sign.
All of the attention of the past week has been focused on Democratic hopefuls courting Hollywood for dollars. But Republicans are coming to Los Angeles, looking to garner support, as well. Rudolph…
Marking what she said was her first anti-war rally in 34 years, Jane Fonda returned to her activist roots today as one of a handful of actors leading a protest at the Capitol against the continued…
Updated Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin may be the one government official whose views media giants ignore at their own peril, but on Thursday it was his wife, Catherine, who…
The Back Lot: It's always intriguing to see what happens when the "big sell" runs into the "big reality." The CEOs of the giant media companies are out there every week at investor conferences…
Friday Updated The Insanely Early Race: When Elizabeth Taylor issues a statement announcing why she’s for Hillary, you know that this is shaping up to be a very, very different and unusual…
ABC has given early greenlights to reality skeins "Wife Swap," "Supernanny" and "America's Funniest Home Videos."
Behind the scenes on "The Wild Bunch," "Shoot," "Emperor Of The North," "Trail To Hope Rose," "Convoy," "Marty" and "McHale’s Navy," even backstage on "The Odd Couple" — they were some of the…
From the evidence on view in many films at Sundance, it isn't easy being a kid these days. On the other hand, it may be the best of times for child actors.
From the Army Archerd Archive: Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson are last-minute additions to the list of Hollywood hosts winging in to D.C. for the Jimmy Carter gala tonight.