Who cares if hobbits don't wear shoes? "The Lord of the Rings" costume designer Ngila Dickson still appreciates a well-turned heel -- and there were plenty of them on display at New Line's Shoes…
Massive security wasn't the only thing keeping revelry in check at Golden Globes after-bashes this year.
Universal's comedy cabal turned out Monday for a movie about a subject near and dear to Hollywood suits: risk avoidance.
The other Leo -- former suds star Josh Duhamel -- got his first taste of bigscreen idolatry during Friday night's preem for "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!"
Tuesday night's photo op for "Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer" and "Monster" was like a conservative's nightmare about Hollywood lefties: The Amnesty Intl. benefit featured a docu about a…
For a movie that hinges upon watching paint dry, filmmakers spent an awful lot of time talking about the script. Pre-unspooling, "Girl With a Pearl Earring," helmer Peter Webber reminded the aud that…
Lions Gate rolled the dice on its preem for "The Cooler" Nov. 24 at the Egyptian Theater.
At Saturday afternoon's Variety-sponsored screening of "The Last Samurai," helmer Ed Zwick likened his role to the Japanese warrior tradition depicted in the period tale toplined by Tom Cruise.
For all the poetry Meg Ryan's schoolteacher encounters onscreen, it was Jane Campion's lyrical way with a camera that preemgoers repeatedly invoked following Thursday night's Acad bow of "In the Cut."
One of the most closely watched battles in homevid centers on a distribution segment so small studio execs consider it a niche business. Yet, it's promising enough that retail heavyweights Wal-Mart…