Guest blog: Black filmmakers give us terrible images and messages. I reject them wholesale -- our creations must have beauty
Celebrity blogger continues career 180° with "The Boy with Pink Hair"
Pioneering blogger heads to 'Newsbeast,' taking the Daily Dish with him
Last week at the Grammys true underdogs Esperanza Spalding and the Arcade Fire both won mainstream awards; could it happen at the Oscars?
In 2005, Finke called HuffPo -- which sold on Sunday for $315 million -- "the sort of failure that is simply unsurvivable"
“I’m worried about Harry. He lost a contract with one of the major studios today and he’s so miserable I’m afraid he’s going to...
The new tax bill, extending Section 181 Federal Film Tax Credit, is great news for independent filmmakers
“I’m sending my client to you for emergency acupuncture. The tabloids have gotten wind that he’s been picking guys up from Craigslist"
If your film is intended for an audience under 10 years old, I wouldn’t rush out to make it in 3D
Police have concluded their investigation -- now it's up to the district attorney to charge or clear the movie blogger
Founder of blog mini-empire lays out 2011 plans as ad sales chief exits in clash over strategy
Meet TheWrap Hollyblogger Charles Yarborough: It's "Shouts & Murmurs" Meets "Three's Company"
BLTWY.com promises "an entertaining – and often humorous take – on the world of politics"
Entertainment Weekly columnist is the latest hire for the network of Hollywood sites run by Jay Penske's MMC Corporation
“A 5-year-old girl should not be wiggling around with a feather boa and sequined headband”
The clubby community shuns one of its own for allegedly threatening to out secret "Scott Pilgrim" screening plans
TheSmokingJacket.com has none of the good qualities long associated with the magazine's written content
If you want to get your movie made, be prepared to pack your bags
Pew study says bloggers rarely link to Web-only outlets
Pop culture is oversoaked with blood. Time to wash our hands of all this creepiness.
The collapsing media landscape is sending more and more reporters out into the job market -- and into a field they once covered.