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Clint Eastwood stood behind the podium at Monday’s “Backstage at the Geffen,” getting ready to present an award to his longtime attorney Bruce Ramer, the founding chairman of the playhouse's board. Host Debbie Allen placed an empty...
LAS VEGAS -- The cavalcade of A-list stars continued to descend upon Caesars Palace here Wednesday, as Johnny Depp turned up to wow movie theater owners at CinemaCon, days after Brad Pitt put in a surprise appearance. Depp's arrival to tout Disney's...
24 FramesKirk Douglas has written a lively new memoir about one of his greatest triumphs. Titled “I Am Spartacus!” it recounts how Douglas helped break the midcentury anti-communist blacklist by secretly hiring Dalton Trumbo to write “Spartacus,&...
24 FramesThe arrival of Alan Horn, who was unceremoniously pushed out of his Warners job in April 2011, is a game changer for Disney. It’s a sign that Iger, who has spent the last several years hiring (and then firing) untested executive talent, notably...
Culture MonsterThe National Endowment for the Arts is launching a new initiative called ArtPlace to spur various projects across the country. Warner Bros. has restructured its live-theater division, with Alan Horn overseeing the group's bicoastal presence....
The Morning Fix: Meet Jeff Robinov. New fights over 'Mad Men.' Arbitrator named in Charlie Sheen fight.Company TownAfter the coffee. Before figuring out if I'm too old to become a mogul. The Skinny: There's trouble on the set of "Mad Men." We have a producer wanting more money and a network wanting to make more money off......
The Big PictureIt's the beginning of baseball season, but it's the end of a long Hollywood season for Alan Horn, who ends his 12-year reign as head of the Warner Bros. motion picture group this week. When we sat down to talk......
The Big PictureSuccession moves at News Corp. and Warner Bros. this week shows that succession in Hollywood is a messy business....
Company TownWarner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are arguably Hollywood’s most high- profile business partners, having shared in the spoils of such blockbusters as “300” and “The Hangover” and the pain of flops like “Jonah Hex...
VarietyNow that Warner Bros.' television and home entertainment divisions have been re-aligned, all eyes are focused on whether newly installed CEO Kevin Tsujihara will implement a similar management shakeup at the studio's motion picture operation. The fate of...
VarietyKevin Tsujihara was named CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment on Monday, stunning Hollywood given he was seen as the dark-horse candidate for the top job at the studio. As chief of the studio's home video division, Tsujihara had been seen as something of a...
Peter Jackson, 'Hobbit' producers deny animal death claims: Filmmakers 'completely reject' wranglers accusationsVarietyPeter Jackson and the producers of "The Hobbit" distanced themselves Monday from reports about the deaths of up to 27 animals involved in the production, stressing that none was harmed during filming and pointing out that the filmmakers spent "hundreds of...
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