The Best, Worst, and Most Ridiculous of the Week: 14 Showbiz Stories You Can't Miss 1 day ago
How the Battle Over 'Star Trek' Rights Killed J.J. Abrams' Grand Ambitions: J.J. Abrams likes to go big or go home. But...
By Greg Gilman
Hint: it has nothing to do with celebrities.
Publishing a print newsmagazine on its own is a "fool's errand," Barry Diller opines
Bill Clinton, Kobe Bryant, Spike Lee, NBA react to Jason Collins news
A hearing on JS Communication's fee is scheduled for June
Media carped that the dinner turned up the celebrity quotient instead of turning it down
The president revisits birther conspiracy theory and takes aim at CNN, while Conan mocks Fox News and "Tonight Show" shuffle
TheWrap has established a fund to help Taile buy a printing press in Cameroon to increase distribution of her paper
It is one of several new web shows Yahoo will unveil on Monday
Guest blog: I can see it now ... Julie Taymor, in her effort to redeem herself from the “Spider-Man” Broadway disaster, unleash a video pitch for “Logan,” a “Wolverine”-inspired musical cabaret starring Hugh Jackman
Because of its vast user-base, some executives think that Hollywood will have no choice but to eventually embrace BitTorrent
Weinstein urged Congress to enact royalty law to protect the creative class from sites that "steal content"
Analysis: Investments in content are eating into profit as digital heavyweights like Netflix position themselves for the future
Director Maynard Webb Jr. will step into the role on interim basis
Online retail giant meets Wall Street's expectations with $16.07B in revenues
The star-studded five days of laughs will begin May 19
"Why not?" actor tells TMZ
Revenue at paper falls on declining ad rates
These criticisms sound like stereotypical slurs so often leveled against women leaders
Social media erupted on the news that Zach Braff had launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund his next movie
Some analysts think that Netflix will have a hard time maintaining the subscribers who joined the service because they were eager to see the Bluths back in action
Apple netted $9.5 billion in profits and $43.6 billion in revenue
April 23, 2013 marks the eighth anniversary of YouTube's first video, "Me at the Zoo"
Dow Jones bounces back as AP account suspended
Under settlement terms, News Corp. avoids admission of wrongdoing, but agrees to enhancements of its compliance and governance structures
Matthew Keys caims he was caught up in a Catch-22 situation of Reuters' devising
The "Fox & Friends" co-host asks why authorities aren't monitoring Muslim communities and mosques to prevent acts of terror like last week's Boston bombings
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”