Fresh from working on music with Selena Gomez, Macy sidestepped the musical spotlight himself as Showtime CEO Matt Blank squashed the Floyd Mayweather vs. 50...
Amy Pascal, Ivan Reitman, Seth Rogen, Phil Rosenthal, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Marty Singer, Aaron Sorkin, Sylvester Stallone, Nina Tassler, Jerry Weintraub and plenty others lend their...
The British actress joins a cast that includes Evan Rachel Wood, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright and James Marsden
He joins the growing supporting cast on the WBTV production starring Anthony Hopkins
J.J. Abrams will executive produce the TV adaptation of Michael Crichton's science-fiction classic film about deadly robots at a Wild West-themed amusement park
Series will focus on the effects of a geopolitical crisis on three disparate men
David Yates will direct the big-budget tentpole based on the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs
David Yates is directing the movie, which stars Alexander Skarsgard as the King of the Jungle
Jerry Weintraub to executive produce film about the deadly terrorist attack
Project is described as "a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin"
Norman Lear and Rob Reiner impersonate Nixon and his underlings, complaining about "All in the Family" "glorifying homosexuality"
"Behind the Candelabra" executive producer Jerry Weintraub says he's "thrilled" that the craft people are being recognized with nominations
The "After Earth" hero is in talks to star in and produce a new take on Sam Peckinpah's classic Western
"Years of Living Dangerously," executive-produced by James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub and Arnold Schwarzenegger, will air on Showtime in 2013
Famous actors will serve as reporters for James Cameron and Jerry Weintraub on "The Years of Living Dangerously"
“Triumph AKA 40 Summers Ago” has found a home at Sony Pictures with Jerry Weintraub producing
"Ocean's Eleven" producer Jerry Weintraub will discuss his films during a workshop
The subject of a new documentary, Weintraub gives the inside story of being "a high-priced concierge'
"The King's Speech" opens in a cleaned-up version, but it doesn't clean up at the boxoffice
Where are the showmen of yesteryear, the ones who are in the movie business to sell creativity rather than widgets?
Boxing and hairdos bring celebrities out for good causes