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Investors seemingly pulled the emergency brakes on CBS Corp. on July 27 as word that multiple women in a New Yorker story were accusing chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual misconduct. …
The company's board of directors is lining up outside counsel to investigate claims in The New Yorker.
J.K. Rowling announces the news on Twitter and drops some hints about the project.read more
The Google-owned video site is reaching out to agencies to sign talent to produce genre-specific, branded channels featuring original short-form content.
After portraying George Bush Sr. and William Randolph Hearst, he will play another influential manread more
'Downton Abbey's' Hugh Bonneville, meanwhile, will take on the TV version of another Shakespeare playread more
Among the stage productions that will provide free entertainment on Trafalgar Square are "Billy Elliot The Musical," "The Sound Of Music" and "Dirty Dancing."read more
“There were a few 'thespian' words used," she says about the rant she delivered in her Queen Elizabeth II costume during a performance of "The Audience."read more
The early end of the show's run comes amid weak ticket sales following negative reviews.read more
The production won seven British Tonys, including for best new play, equaling the number of honors earned last year by "Matilda."read more
"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" leads this year's contenders for the British Tonys with eight nominations.read more
Despite a recession and the Summer Olympics, West End visitor numbers also rose slightly as a big gain for plays outweighed lower musical attendance. read more
"Chocolat" and "Cinema Paradiso" are among the likely films that will get the Broadway treatment as the Weinstein Co. looks to line up financing and partners.
Julliard, New York Philharmonic join coalition to speak out against "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert," "West Side Story" for cutting live performances.
A revamped version of musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" had its first preview Thursday evening with just a few glitches and a new original song from U2's Bono and the Edge.
James Franco will start teaching a third-year graduate class on directing at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. The 32-year-old actor and director is expecting his own MFA in May.