Francis Ford Coppola was sleeping when he got the idea for his new gothic horror film “Twixt.”
Hollywood producer Brian Grazer, the Oscar winner who has collected art for more than a decade, made his first trip to the Art Basel Miami Beach fair yesterday.
A $15 million Pablo Picasso sculpture was among sales yesterday as Switzerland’s Art Basel opened to invited guests, including Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and Hollywood actor Val Kilmer .
Jim Chanos, who’s on the board of the Tate Americas Foundation, helping acquire works from the Western Hemisphere, had an airtight explanation for skipping the openings of the Miami art fairs.
The phony Russian accents in “5 Days of War” sound like bad imitations of Boris and Natasha, the Cold War villains in the old Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoons.
Cisco Systems Inc. , the biggest maker of networking equipment, was told by a federal jury to pay $63.8 million to a Texas company for infringing a patent on wireless-transmission technology.
An Andy Warhol soup-can painting and a Mark Rothko abstract are among items worth more than $1.75 billion set to tempt billionaire collectors at the world’s largest modern and contemporary art fair, in Switzerland.
Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit is seeking a patent on a technology that would help drivers pass information about road hazards to drivers behind them.