It's pretty hard to resist this big "Mamma." Three years after it opened, "Mamma Mia!" is still a sellout in the West End, and even during Broadway's slowest weeks, it does boffo biz in New York. The…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has introduced an 11th Commandment.
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In "The Money Shot," Laura Grindstaff approaches a pop-culture subject with a scholarly mind, which is both the book's strength and weakness. In reporting on how TV talkshows are assembled…
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
Frank Pierson was re-elected Thursday to his second term as prexy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
At a press confab Friday, Charlton Heston announced via a taped statement that he has symptoms of Alzheimer's but urged friends and fans, "Please, feel no sympathy for me. I don't."
Oscar may be in a New York state of mind, but his feet are firmly planted in Hollywood.
Jeffrey Kirschenbaum has been named director of development for Universal Pictures, and Regina Lee has been promoted to creative executive.
On Aug. 8, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences board of governors will convene for the first time since they voted to move up the Oscarcast a month, to Feb. 29, 2004.