Saatchi (Finally) Finds a Chief Marketing Officer
Saatchi & Saatchi has finally filled its chief marketing officer role. The agency, which, remarkably, hasn't had a CMO since Ben Bittman left in 2010, has hired Christine Prins out of Kirsh...
MTV, ABC Family Get High Marks for Diversity From GLAAD — A&E, You Failed
The network home of controversial “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson doesn't get high marks for inclusion of the LGBT community? Shockingly enough, that appears to be the case. At...
Jeffrey Katzenberg to Headline London Film Festival Industry Program
He will speak in October, when DreamWorks Animation celebrates its 20th anniversary, after recent talks about a saleread more
'Men, Women & Children' Premiere: The Enduring and Endearing Qualities of Jason Reitman
"He could have made 'Juno'-esque movies for the rest of his career and been a bazillionaire and been the toast of the town … but he’s an artist"read more
Analyst Lowers Discovery Earnings Estimates, Citing "Ratings Rut," Russia
Russia's ban on cable advertising as of 2015 and political unrest in Asia weigh on financials, he saysread more
Busan Film Review: ‘Paradise in Service’
A state-run brothel on the military base of Quemoy during the Cold War reps a scintillating microcosm of Taiwanese history in Doze Niu Chen-zer’s beautifully acted, achingly romantic new film.
Ricky Gervais Releases Studio Song by 'The Office' Character David Brent
'Slough' is a musical tribute to Brent's hometownread more
Burning Man App Becomes Tool for Hong Kong Protestors
FireChat, the offline chat app, has seen 100,000 downloads in the territory since Sunday read more
Steve Carell Is an Idiot in ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ Clips (Video)
Steve Carell is a master at playing the well-meaning buffoon, and the experience seems to serve him well in four clips released in anticipation of Disney's adaptation of Judith Viorst's book &...
BUSAN: Festival launches Talent Incubator With China’s Youku
Chinese online video site Youku is to pact with the Busan festival to launch a new talent discovery program.
Disney, Amazon Reportedly Close to Ending Dispute
The e-commerce giant had stopped taking preorders of 'Maleficent' and other DVDs read more
Tracy Morgan May Never Be Able to Perform Again, Attorney Says
"The jury's still out"read more
Disney, Amazon Close to Ending DVD Feud: Report
LONDON — The Walt Disney Co. and Amazon look close to resolving a feud that has blocked the pre-ordering of Disney DVDs in the U.S. for nearly two months, according to a report in the Wall Stree...
PBS, CBS Are Big Winners at News and Documentary Emmy Awards
PBS and CBS dominated the 35th annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards on Tuesday night at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City, with PBS winning 11 awards and CBS taking 10. A...
‘American Horror Story’ Offers First Real Look at the ‘Freak Show’ in New Trailer (Video)
“American Horror Story” is back, and it's going to the freaks. “Freak Show” is the subtitle of the fourth season of FX's horror anthology, and it features the return of...
Zurich: Director Andrea Di Stefano on Why 'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Is No 'Scarface 2'
Three decisions he made on the drug lord biopic: “Never show cocaine, have Escobar speak Spanish and don't show violence on screen”read more
Oscars: Australia Selects 'Charlie's Country' for Foreign-Language Category
Rolf de Heer's powerful drama based partly on the life of Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil read more
Oscars Race: Australia Selects ‘Charlie’s Country’ for Foreign-Language Contention
Australia has selected director Rolf de Heer’s Aborigine-themed “Charlie’s Country” as its contender for foreign-language Academy Award contention.
Hollywood's 25 Most Powerful Business Managers
THR's annual list of the industry's most trusted moneymen and women, who open up about everything from the $18.75 million necklace one client bought for a mistress ("we manage finances — we don't ma...
'Choir Boy': Theater Review
MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Tarell Alvin McCraney's black prep school drama soars on its revelatory singing of Negro spiritualsread more