David Cronenberg Talks Hollywood and Being the King of Venereal Horror
The Filmmaker on the Edge honoree swapped stories with fellow indie iconoclast John Waters in a lively Q&A at the 16th Provincetown Film Festival.
Ted Turner to Receive First Film Independent Humanitarian Award
The honor is being presented in partnership with the UCLA Burkle Global Impact Initiative.
NBC Tops Sports Emmy Awards, Ted Turner Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
NBC Sports Group won six awards at Tuesday's ceremony in New York City, while Fox, HBO Sports and the MLB Network took home five awards each.
Ted Turner ‘Recuperating Well’ After Appendicitis Surgery
The media mogul, who was rushed to a hospital in Argentina on Friday, thanks the medical staff and his supporters.
Ted Turner Hospitalized in South America
The CNN founder was being operated on for appendicitis in Buenos Aires, according to media reports.
Oscar-Winning Producer of ‘The Godfather Part II’ Joins Dinesh D’Souza’s Next Film
Gray Frederickson will co-produce "America," the follow-up to "2016: Obama's America," along with Gerald Molen, who also won an Oscar for Best Picture.
Jane Fonda Skipped Ted Turner’s 75th Birthday Party
But Al Gore and Turner Broadcasting CEO Phil Kent joined 600 other guests for jokes from Jay Leno at the Atlanta bash on Nov. 23.
Ted Turner’s Birthday Save-the-Dates Are Snow Globes — of Himself (and His 3 Labs) (Photo)
Inside the snow-globe reminder of his 75th birthday fete on Nov. 23 at the Atlanta InterContinental, the mini media mogul wears jeans, a denim shirt and a sheepskin jacket.
Ted Turner Apologizes for Saying Soldier Suicide Is ‘Good’
In a statement, the mogul says he was "implying that it is good that the public is more aware of these tragedies."
MIPCOM 2012: Cartoon Network Focuses on ‘Unique Voices’ in Digital Age
The Turner channel is looking for "projects and pitches that make us a little uncomfortable," says Stuart Snyder, president of Turner Animation.
Ted Turner Praises Mitt Romney, Despite Differing Views (Video)
Speaking with Piers Morgan on the cable network he founded 32 years ago, the mogul says the Republican would "make a good president."
Whatever Happened to Ted Turner?
The "Mouth of the South" is no longer as he devotes his time (and $1 billion) to the U.N., jets between 28 homes and four girlfriends, misses Jane Fonda and opens up to THR about Rupert, Jerry and his abuse as a child. Says a friend: "He's definitely changed."