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Diverse Casts Deliver Higher Ratings, Bigger Box Office: Study (Exclusive)

Audiences want more ethnic representation, a new UCLA study shows, with agencies, studios and networks lagging behind, entrenched in "an industry culture that routinely devalues the talent of…

‘House of Cards,’ ‘Promised Land’ Among Environmental Media Award Nominees (Exclusive)

"Modern Family," "Real Time With Bill Maher" and "Shark Tank" also will vie for nods at the ceremony, set for Oct. 19 at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank.

Box Office 2012: 5 Hard Lessons

Despite a record-breaking take of $10.8 billion, Hollywood executives have lots of reasons to worry -- from the fading power of stars to the end-of-year movie glut.

‘Guilt Trip’ Director on Chasing Barbra and Teaching Channing Tatum His Moves

The veteran comedy director tells THR about her yearlong pursuit of star Barbra Streisand, working with Channing Tatum and why Mark Wahlberg was uncomfortable on "Boogie Nights."

Box Office Report: Barbra Streisand’s ‘Guilt Trip’ Stalls; ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Nabs Record Opening

Pixar's 3D rerelease of "Monsters, Inc." also opened Wednesday as the Christmas crush of new movies began rolling out.

Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, New Movies and Noses: A Sitcom Writer’s Jew Review (Guest Column)

A former writer on "Frasier" and "Will & Grace," Janis Hirsch kvells and kvetches about "The Guilt Trip" and "Parental Guidance."

Box Office Preview: ‘Guilt Trip,’ ‘Monsters 3D’ Usher in Glut of Holiday Films

Between Wednesday and Christmas Day, no fewer than eight nationwide releases open; "Zero Dark Thirty," "Amour" and "The Impossible" are among the new titles at the specialty box office.

The Guilt Trip: Film Review

Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen star in a mother-son road-trip comedy from director Anne Fletcher ("The Proposal").

Holiday Box Office Preview: Will the Season Set a Record?

Comedy glut aside, studios are nervously whispering ho-ho-hooray as "The Hobbit," "Jack Reacher," "Les Mis" and other event movies just might be too big to fail.