Guest blog: Lynda Obst's "Sleepless in Hollywood" gets it right about what's shaping today's movie business
GUEST BLOG: With Amanda Knox retrial, Italian prosecutors are getting another chance to perpetuate their original miscarriage of justice
MPAA chief Chris Dodd is earning $1.5 million to arm-twist Congress, but the powerful tech industry has other plans
Le Carre’s tale of a government relying on manipulated intelligence reports –and then failing to acknowledge it — remain all too relevant
Hollyblog: Thanks to a plethora of stereotype-sensitive advocacy groups, finding villains is not so easy
Hollyblog: There will be a 96-month gap before movies are available for streaming through the popular service — and that may be too long for...
The math may look appealing to studios, but a 10% drop in ticket sales would close more than two-thirds of U.S. theaters
The company will likely have to dig deep to renew its streaming deals with content providers when they expire.
The Globes were kick-started by the studios in the 1940s as product-placement for their movies … and they haven’t come very far since