When it comes to the arts, Creative Artists Agency is bullish on California.
Chris Evans almost wasn't the star of "Captain America: The First Avenger," nor of its first follow-up pic, "The Avengers," shooting right now.
As Outfest rolls into Los Angeles today, bringing 163 feature films and 96 shorts to the org's 29th annual gay and lesbian film festival, things are looking more star-studded than usual.
"We have a business model that works with the best entertainment in our community," exclaimed BET Networks' Debra Lee as she tried to attract the attention of the otherwise distracted crowd that…
Tom Hanks never finished college, so writing-producing-directing "Larry Crowne," about a middle-age guy who reinvents himself by going back to school, made sense to him.
Women in television -- specifically CBS -- ruled the Women in Film 2011 Crystal + Lucy Awards on Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Jason Reitman was "so nervous, you have no idea" to be discussing "Carnal Knowledge" with its helmer, Mike Nichols, on Sunday.
Putting on a film festival in paradise should be something of a joy ride, but apparently not in these budget-conscious days. As Barry Rivers, the impresario who founded the Maui Film Festival in…
It was all about the kids on Thursday at the Skirball Cultural Center, where Covenant House California celebrated A Magical Night of Hope.
How did the Sundance Institute choose remote Franklin Canyon Ranch as the place to hold its first-ever fundraiser in Los Angeles?
"I am old, I am an icon and I have studied longevity," Jane Fonda said, accepting the UCLA Longevity Center's Icon Award on Saturday. "So this is the perfect award for me."