On Wednesday, studios and TV networks reopened, but Hollywood still struggled to cope with the traumatic attacks on New York and Washington, D.C.
Here's a quick rundown of major happenings: Movie studios scrambled to pull terrorist-themed films from the fall release schedule. Warners scrapped the October 5 release of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Collateral Damage, shut down the film's Website and recalled all promotional materials. There is no word on when the film will be released.
Disney, meanwhile, pulled the plug on the Tim Allen-led ensemble comedy Big Trouble, which was supposed to debut September 21. The studio scrapped this weekend's press junket and pushed back the release of the film until next year. The film climaxes with a nuclear bomb being smuggled into an airport.
The major TV networks have delayed the start of the fall season, pushing it back to focus on news coverage of the tragedies. Several TV projects with bombing or hijacking themes have been postponed or scuttled, including Fox's highly hyped 24 and a special Law & Order miniseries.
New York remains a ghost town, with the normally jam-packed street-level sets for MTV's TRL, ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's The Today Show virtually empty. Broadway theaters and most movie theaters remained dark.
Meanwhile, the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week canceled its remaining events in Bryant Park. The tents constructed for the fashion shows are expected to be used for emergency purposes.
Organizers will not reschedule the Latin Grammys, which were originally slated for Tuesday night in Los Angeles. The Television Academy has not yet announced a make-up date for the Prime-Time Emmys, which were supposed to be handed out this weekend but have been indefinitely postponed.
However, the Miss America Pageant will go on as scheduled September 22, organizers say. The beauty contest has never been canceled in its 80-year history.
Most major concerts have been canceled for Wednesday, including shows by Janet Jackson, Tool, the Black Crowes, Godsmack, Maxwell and Ben Folds. U2 canceled its Friday and Saturday shows, while Madonna says she will go ahead with shows in Los Angeles on Thursday and Saturday.
Major League Baseball has canceled all games at least through Thursday and may push back the start of the World Series by a week. Several college football games have also been canceled. The National Football League is still weighing whether to go ahead with this weekend's contests.
Disney, Universal and other theme park operators reopened their amusement parks on Wednesday.
Electronic Arts has suspended play on its new interactive online conspiracy game, Majestic, in the wake of Tuesday's tragedy. The game revolves around a government conspiracy that leads to the destruction of a software company.