There's nothing funny about the way Crystal the monkey is used for laughs.
The plague of unoriginal studio movies has its roots in Hollywood's greenlight process.
Are Hollywood execs right to be afraid of her? There's only one way to find out.
Our columnist takes the contrary position.
Producers won't cop to it being staged, per se, but acknowledge that the players know all too well the drama that's expected of them.
Everyone used to be fine paying 10 percent for just an agent. Now they have to pay twice that to get the same career advice.
Many directors and showrunners think they can treat people like crap because they are a creative genius. Wrong.
Twelve to sixteen hours are the daily norm, and that's gotta stop.
He sneaks political and social messages into outrageous comedy, tricking audiences into hearing them.
The fate of a show can be decided by three cranky, biased people complaining to a moderator.
He has a new development plan and some candidates to take the ousted Rich Ross's place as chairman.
The ones who last the longest on top are the ones who return calls.
It makes morally abhorrent behavior wildly entertaining through the power of great writing and acting.
Dreaming of a studio exec personally discovering your unique voice? Wake up.
Were there better people for the jobs, or were they sacrificed to land the Summit acquisition?
"After we finished it was awkward and I was thinking, Was his dick touching my leg, and where is my robe?
Here's what top agents, lawyers, and movie and TV execs can expect to pull in. Considering a new career now?
"My emotional response [to being rewritten] is a mix of disgust and horror, no matter what side I'm on."
There are three reasons why there are so few African-American-centered movies and TV shows. Two are crap, one can be fixed.
Get a glimpse into the exhausting and nonsensical schedule of one actress running around from network to network.
Young chimps were pimped in a Super Bowl ad, endangered wolves were demonized in The Grey, and Joan Rivers was kibitzing in a fur coat.
It was a gladiatorial, kill or be killed life of big money, but not good for the psyche.
Instead of just politicking Congress, the MPAA should have publicly debunked four Internet myths about the anti-piracy bill.
The awards aren't just meaningless, they also work as a detriment to moviemaking.
It's about the movie, not the star, but the star provides deniability.