1. 'X Factor' Recap: Robin Thicke Lookalikes and Pig Latin in Charleston
  2. Battle of the Year: Film Review
  3. Disney, Jerry Bruckheimer to Split in 2014
  4. Baggage Claim: Film Review
  5. Romeo and Juliet: Theater Review
  6. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Prisoners,' 'Enough Said' and More
  7. Unvision Mulling IPO Next Year (Report)
  8. The Weinstein Co. Eyeing $370 Million Credit Facility (Report)
  9. Discovery Orders NFL Special From 'Hard Knocks' Producers
  10. 'Rush': McLaren Formula 1 Race Car Driven by James Hunt Expected to Fetch at Least $9 Million
  11. Relativity Launches Indie Distributor 278 Films
  12. 'American Idol' on the Charts: Phillip Phillips' 'Gone, Gone, Gone' Tops Sixth Tally
  13. Ted Melfi in Talks to Direct 'Going In Style' Remake for New Line
  14. How 'Rush' Stars Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl Researched Their Real-Life Counterparts
  15. Rose-Tinted Young Love Bottled in 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Trailer
  16. Golden Globes: Drama or Musical/Comedy? A Look at the HFPA's Tough Choices (Analysis)
  17. Hostages: TV Review
  18. 'R.I.P.D.' Star Jeff Bridges Says Universal 'Made Choices I Wouldn't Have Made'
  19. LAX Unveils New Tom Bradley International Terminal
  20. Veteran Exec Charles Koppelman on his Return to the Music Biz, Artists as Fashion Brands (Q&A)
  21. Box Office Preview: 'Prisoners' Hopes to Hold 'Insidious 2' Hostage
  22. Miami Heat Star Dwyane Wade to Drop by Disney Channel's 'Austin & Ally'
  23. Hollywood Choreographer Patsy Swayze Dies at 86
  24. AllThingsD Team to Leave Dow Jones
  25. Mayweather-Canelo Fight Sets Pay-Per-View Record
  26. Lionsgate, OddLot Sign Multiyear Co-Financing and Distribution Pact
  27. The Blacklist: TV Review
  28. Kristin Chenoweth Joins Jennifer Lopez in 'The Boy Next Door' (Exclusive)
  29. Hello Kitty Plane Lands First International Flight at LAX
  30. FEINBERG FORECAST: The Lay of the Land a Week Before the 51st New York Film Festival
  31. Emmys: Creative Arts Winners, Fall Stars Round Out Presenter List
  32. Cate Blanchett to Make Directorial Debut With 'The Dinner'
  33. Steven Bochco's 'Murder in the First' Gets Series Order at TNT
  34. The Watsons Go to Birmingham: TV Review
  35. Nielsen to Include Mobile Data Next Season
  36. CMT Renews Dating Series 'Sweet Home Alabama' for Season 4 (Exclusive)
  37. King Worried That 'Shining' Fans Expect More of the Same in New Sequel
  38. Linda Ronstadt on Losing Her Singing Voice to Parkinson's: 'I Miss It Every Day'
  39. AFI Fest Guest Director Agnes Varda Selects Four Films for Program
  40. 'Big Brother 15's' Controversial Houseguests Respond to Losing Their Jobs
  41. Caesars Entertainment Executive on Britney Spears' Two-Year Vegas Residency: Setlist, Ticket Prices and More Details (Q&A)
  42. Trailer Report: 'RoboCop' Leads the Way for Second Straight Week
  43. Family United (La gran familia espanola): Film Review
  44. Spotlight: New Kazakh Cinema Awards Two Features Top Prize
  45. Shia LaBeouf Makes an Artsy Splash in 'Charlie Countryman' Posters
  46. Iraq War General Meets With the Joint Chiefs of Hollywood
  47. The Muslims Are Coming!: Film Review
  48. Universal Merges Its Digital Distribution Division With Home Entertainment
  49. Jeff Berg's Resolution Sued by Ex-Agent
  50. Storyboards Reveal Deleted 'Wolverine' Scene: Motorbiking Ninjas!
  51. RTL Sells Stake in Russia's National Media Group
  52. 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Parvati Shallow Recaps Premiere
  53. Mel B Releases New Single, Curses at Howard Stern
  54. Singing Hollywood Cowboy Roy Rogers to Ride Again on Broadway
  55. Jewtopia: Film Review
  56. Hollywood Offsprings Launch Home Furnishings Site
  57. Adam Sandler in Talks to Star in Tom McCarthy's 'The Cobbler' (Exclusive)
  58. Carole King Is Named MusiCares Person of the Year
  59. New Writer Talks What Will Change in 'Batwoman'
  60. TV Ratings: 'The Talk' Audience Rises 20 Percent in Return
  61. 'Grand Theft Auto V': 7 Things to Know
  62. CBS' 'Intelligence' Enlists Thomas Arana
  63. How 'Breaking Bad' Stars Raised $1 Million for Charity With Final Season
  64. Russian Director Kirill Serebrennikov Rejects State Funding for 'Chaikovski'
  65. CAA Promotes Six to Agent or Executive
  66. Marlene Sanchez Dooner Joins Hispanic Enterprise Unit at NBCUniversal
  67. Oscars: U.K. Picks 'Metro Manila' as Foreign Language Nomination
  68. King Tut Event Series in the Works at Spike TV
  69. Fun.'s Nate Ruess to Join Adam Lambert for Queen Performance at iHeartRadio Fest
  70. Susan Sarandon to Guest Star on 'Mike & Molly'
  71. NFL Waging Secret Legal War Over M.I.A's Super Bowl Middle Finger (Exclusive)
  72. NBC Developing Johnny Carson Miniseries
  73. Sting's 'The Last Ship' Charts Broadway Course
  74. Ryan Lochte Reality Series Canceled After One Season
  75. 'American Idol' Alum Allison Iraheta Sits in With 'Tonight Show' Band for One-Week Run
  76. BBC America Cancels 'Copper' After Two Seasons
  77. You're Fired! Ousted Studio Execs Reveal How They Coped -- and What Happens Next
  78. Daft Punk Boosts French Record Sales
  79. 'Big Brother 15' Winner Reveals $500,000 Plan and Reacts to Season's Controversy
  80. Viacom to Relaunch MTV Russia on Oct. 1
  81. U.K. Government Appoints Intellectual Property Advisor
  82. 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine's' Terry Crews Flexes His Muscles for Justice (Exclusive Video)
  83. BBC News to Slash 75 Jobs Amid Continuing Budget Cut
  84. 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' to Launch at Rome Film Fest
  85. FX Sets Cast for Comedy Pilot From 'Weeds' EP
  86. IBC Wrap: Broadcasters 'Face a Dilemma' on 4K TV
  87. 'Breaking Bad's' Aaron Paul Calls Last Two Episodes 'So Much More Messier' (Video)
  88. Seth Meyers' 'The Awesomes' Renewed at Hulu
  89. Pepsi Teams With iTunes Radio for Exclusive Channels
  90. Zodiak USA Rebrands, Appoints Tony Yates as CEO
  91. What Does a $700,000 TV Look Like? (Photo)
  92. Kacey Rohl Boards Canadian Sitcom 'Working The Engels'
  93. TV Ratings: Dipping 'Survivor' Premiere Tops 'Big Brother,' 'Talent' Finales
  94. 'RoboCop' to Get Imax Release
  95. Tricon Takes International Distribution Rights to Pivot Series Slate
  96. Will Dish Network Dare to Drop ESPN? (Analysis)
  97. Berlusconi Vows to Stay in Politics, Even if Booted From Senate
  98. 'Gravity' Star Sandra Bullock to Receive Acting Honor at Hollywood Film Awards (Exclusive)
  99. Clear Channel CEO Bob Pittman on iHeartRadio vs. Pandora, Miley Cyrus Twerking and Today's MTV (Q&A)
  100. Analyst Upgrades Time Warner Stock, Calling Company 'A Lean, Mean TV Machine'
  101. 40 Wild Years of The Groundlings
  102. GWAR as Halftime Act for 2015 Super Bowl? Fans of the Metal Band Petition NFL
  103. 'SNL' Stars, Sex in the Green Room: 40 Wild Years of The Groundlings
  104. Cynthia Nixon, Amy Sedaris Among 'Alpha House' Guest Cast
  105. John Singleton: Can a White Director Make a Great Black Movie? (Guest Column)
  106. Tokyo Film Fest Announces Lineup, Visits From Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks
  107. Inside Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner's TV Takeover
  108. Sony CEO: Dan Loeb Helped Put Spotlight on Entertainment Assets
  109. Nintendo Tycoon Hiroshi Yamauchi Dies at 85
  110. 'Immortals After Dark' Author Kresley Cole Launches Erotica Series (Exclusive)
  111. China, Japan Team Up for 'The Art of War' TV Series (Exclusive)
  112. When Did Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner Take Over TV?
  113. BBC TV Boss Looks to Boost Development Budget, Creativity, Global Competitiveness
  114. U.K.'s Channel 4 Acquires Andy Samberg Cop Comedy 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'
  115. U.K. Author’s Debut Novel 'Marriage Material' Set for TV Adaptation
  116. 'The Voice UK': Kaiser Chiefs Singer Ricky Wilson Named Fourth Coach
  117. Mumbai Film Fest: Costa Gavras to Get Lifetime Award
  118. 'X Factor' Recap: Talented Teens and Crushed Dreams
  119. Iranian Director Majid Majidi to Shoot Next Film in India