Before the Cinema Society's Tuesday screening of "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" at MOMA, the pic's helmer was anxious for the Sony Pictures Classics film to begin so he could get to the eating…
The Museum of Modern Art's Celeste Bartos Theater could have been mistaken for a football locker room on Monday night.
It's out with the old, or at least some of it, and in with the new for the reality program category.
Despite Donald Trump's criticisms and a strong season for "Survivor," the TV Academy just won't budge when it comes to reality rivalry.
In spite of a few freshman darlings boosting the year-to-year Emmy tallies of ABC, CBS and Fox by an average of seven nominations per network, the ratio between cable and broadcast nominees in major…
No dinner was served at Paramount's "Dinner for Schmucks" premiere on Monday.
New York On July 7, just 24 hours after making his way down the star-studded red carpet outside the New Amsterdam Theater in the blistering Gotham heat for the "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" premiere…
Although it was intended to be a top-secret affair, a handful of Twihards managed to find their way to Monday's "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" premiere at Gotham's Crosby Street Hotel.
Persuading 10 of the most critically lauded artfilm directors, including Bernardo Bertolucci and Stephen Frears, to be in your documentary is one thing.
Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes smooch again at Sunday's screening party for TV Land sitcom "Hot in Cleveland."
Hollywood's presence at the Tony Awards is nothing new, but the 64th annual kudofest's red carpet bore a closer resemblance to a movie premiere than ever before.