The world's biggest band tackles politics, technology and now, with an Oscar-nominated song, Hollywood: "We don't want to ever be a heritage act. It might...
A Feb. 10 shake-up at Exclusive Media raises the possibility that it will shutter its U.S. distribution arm.
Tentpole season is beginning April 4 with "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
CBS will pay less than $300 million to air eight games during the 2014 season, while NBC is still struggling to find a Thursday night hit.
UPDATED: Lego sets, Hot Wheels cars and Grand Prix racing sets are among the toys hitting store shelves this year.
After a last-minute approach to NBC, the reality mogul heads back to Britain as insiders debate his "grumpy uncle" appeal in a changed TV landscape.
"I was upset — of course," the director says of Paramount testing alternate versions of the $125 million epic as he and the studio break their silence o...
Ridley Scott's "Exodus" also is among those hitting theaters this year.
The executive vp and GM of the re-energized unit talks about the popularity of "Frozen" and its soundtrack, whether there's a rivalry with Pixar and plans...
UPDATED: The power-lunch mecca deli is being phased out of its fifth-floor perch and will become Fred's. "The Jews on Pico are rioting," a waiter joked to...
With "Gravity," "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" locked in a fierce three-way battle, voters' second choices loom very large.
Organizers of Modernism Week, the annual fest that kicks off Thursday, have been forced to cancel tours of Sunnylands, one of the event’s highlights.
After previous flops like "quarterlife," programmers are renewing their interest in online shows, even if they still haven't quite figured out how to use ...
The company behind 'Maya the Bee' says it has begun legal action after an uproar on social media. Read More
The culture clash comedy, starring Christoph Maria Herbst and Roxane Duran, will begin production in 2018. Read More
The drama, from director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson, centers on two neighbors fighting over a tree. Read More
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