Not surprisingly, they emphatically disagree.
"I am stating for the record that there is no truth to her claim."
He taught her that powerful people are scared of journalists.
Nikki Finke's parent company is doubling down on entertainment news. But is there a place for the hobbled institution anymore?
"Beautiful actresses are not funny. They don't know how to do comedy."
Mutually assured destruction?
Are Hollywood execs right to be afraid of her? There's only one way to find out.
ICM fights back.
In turn, Finke may have threatened to sue Ellis.
Biggest scoop ever!
Diane Keaton won't be coming to pay cable after all.
But she's not going to let you see it.
Plus: Martin Sheen and Sally Field in the new 'Spider-Man' movie.
Agents tell Deadline that the studio isn't taking any new pitches until 2011.
HBO has fired showrunner Cynthia Mort from the Diane Keaton–starring series.
"It should have been called 'Toldja!'
She's torn between Tilda and the studio system.
Nikki Finke is reportedly close to a deal with HBO that would pay her to bless their upcoming show, 'Tilda.'
"50ish with long blonde hair, the last vestige of the prep school girl she once was, and a demeanor that alternates between charming and monstrous."
"A $1 million Malibu home which, I was told, 'you can keep whether you stay 5 minutes or 5 years' in the job."
The network is doing a comedy about "a powerful female online showbiz journalist with a no-holds-barred reporting style."
She's hired Mike Fleming and Tim Adler to run the New York and London branches of her site.
As Seth and Amy would say, "Really?"