Can John Lasseter bring his blockbuster touch ("Toy Story," "Finding Nemo" and now "Cars") and save the studio that made "Cinderella 2"? (more)
Toys of the rich and fabulous
What thrills Hollywood types as much as record-breaking grosses? A phone that does it all, a car that (practically) drives itself, and a suit that performs so well it deserves its own Oscar. An InStyle guide to the gear that has L.A. buzzing. (more)
They may not be on any Walk of Fame, but without them, stars wouldn't be either. A look at the folks who find the jobs, make the deals, and handle the media. (more)
Hits like "Brokeback Mountain" and "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" are being financed by newcomers to showbiz ñ Internet bubble billionaires with big dreams, investors with computer simulations to predict returns, and even hedge funds. (more)
No, it's not Tom Cruise's publicist. Kevin Tsujihara, new head of Warner Bros.' Home Entertainment Division, has to figure out how to sell movies and games in a way that's easy for consumers to buy, and hard for pirates to steal. (more)
Peter Chernin knows that a digital revolution is underway - but he has faith that Hollywood will be Studio City forever. (more)
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