Entertainment News Archive - March 24, 2006
By Thomas K. Arnold LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Toymaker Mattel Inc. and movie studio Lionsgate have ended their lucrative partnership in bringing Barbie to DVD.
By Kimberly Nordyke LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Patricia Heaton could be the next sitcom star to host a daytime talk show. Sources said the Emmy-winning co-star of "Everybody Loves Raymond" is in negotiations for a show targeted to launch in fall 2007.
By Tatiana Siegel LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Although pinup icon Bettie Page became an overnight sensation for her naughty girl poses in the 1950s, her recent journey to the big screen has been anything but facile.
By Andrew Wallenstein LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - HBO may revisit "Sex and the City," only this time it is the real thing.
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A judge said on Thursday he would take control of Marion "Suge" Knight's assets, including his Death Row Records label, after finding the rap mogul had avoided paying a $107 million civil court judgment.
By Anne Thompson LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - For years, the elephant in the room whenever Hollywood turns its attention to talent agents has been the mighty Creative Artists Agency (CAA).
Mighty Mike C, a veteran rapper at the age of 42, recalls the days when he used to tap electricity from street lights to set up the music for street parties in Harlem back in the early days of hip hop.
By Jeffrey Goldfarb LONDON (Reuters) - Universal Music on Friday unveiled new concerts for sale that aim to return live orchestral performances to the wide audiences they once enjoyed and usher classical music further into the digital age.
By Jennifer Kwan TORONTO (Reuters) - The "Lord of the Rings" musical, touted as the most expensive stage production yet, met mixed reviews on Friday as critics applauded its leaping orcs and menacing dark riders, but got lost in the tangled plots of Middle Earth.
The "Lord of the Rings" musical, touted as the most expensive stage production yet, met mixed reviews on Friday as critics applauded its leaping orcs and menacing dark riders, but got lost in the tangled plots of Middle Earth.
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