My SyFy Experience with Director Jim Wynorski 4 weeks ago
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By Kurt Yaeger
"Ironside" star Blair Underwood isn't the first able-bodied actor to play a disabled character on television or film
The "Colbert Report" host fears the newest Superman is pro-Obama White House propaganda, while "Iron Man 3" became a slave to Chinese financing
Justin Timberlake, Ellen DeGeneres, Zoe Saldana, Steve Martin and more flock to Twitter with condolences for victims of the tragedy
Senators are calling for a commission to look at all factors that may be contributing to mass shootings in the country, including violent media and video games.
The actress took to her Twitter account to share the news
The country's lawyer says she plans on defending Iran against "films" that have distorted the "country's image."
From Spike Lee to Judd Apatow to Lena Dunham, filmmakers who make the most of their 140 characters
The annual festival, which mixes films from established and emerging talent, will screen films at five locations in Hollywood this November
Sundance has built out its NEXT section into a four-day festival
Only four media executives land in the top 100, which is mostly comprised of those who made billions in technology
Groups like the NAB and MPAA are teaming up to educate people about parental controls and ratings
The book is awaiting a review of Canada's libel laws to ensure it will not open Knopf U.S. to a lawsuit
A new report from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film shows the number of women directors fluctuated upward in 2012
The meeting Thursday largely consisted of industry representatives briefing Biden and other task-force members on the industry's content ratings systems
Solar Entertainment Group has partnered with Hoffman Lloyd for a new investment bank serving entertainment and media companies
The credit allows producers to cut up between $15 million and $20 million for film shoots on sites that meet the bill's criteria as low-income neighborhoods
The "Less Than Zero" author apologized for a series of gender-baiting tweets about the "Zero Dark Thirty" director
Top women executives in Hollywood gathered to hear political figures California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and L.A. mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel discuss leadership at TheWrap's annual Power Women breakfast
Insignia's full client list is expected to come to Beck
Katherine Heigl and Reese Witherspoon rank second and third, respectively, on the Forbes "Most Overpaid" list
The new seed fund has already attracted several music-industry executives
The elusive director Terrence Malick star caught ... gasp ... dancing on camera.
Guest Blog: The tragedy of hurricane Sandy means it's time for Hollywood to make a movie that will show people what will happen if we don't get our act together on climate change
Kim Ki-duk, director of South Korea's Best Foreign Picture entry "Pieta," said he doesn't work with producers, investors or anyone else who would try to shape his vision
From DGA to SAG-AFTRA to IATSE, the unions call the legislation, which prohibits guilds from using payroll deductions for political purposes, a "sham"
From media ownership regulations to indecency rules, there are plenty of entertainment industry issues facing either a President Obama or a President Romney
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts