"The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3" rolled into Westwood station Thursday for Sony's world premiere at the Mann Village Theater.
Soon after Owen Wilson and Rick Rubin took their ringside seats Thursday, the lights dimmed at the Pacific Design Center's SilverScreen Theater and the main event got under way: the Los Angeles…
"Defiance" director Edward Zwick eloquently introduced his new film before Monday night's Variety screening at the ArcLight by relating the personal journey the filmmaker went through in discovering…
The ArcLight audience recognized Ron Howard's 50th year in showbiz with a rousing ovation following the Variety screening of the director's new film, "Frost/Nixon," on Saturday night.
As evidenced by mammoth Super Bowl ratings, football and television are a marriage made in small-screen heaven. Not the case with baseball. The national pastime has a complicated and, at times…
Four years after the American Jobs Creation Act was signed into law by President George W. Bush, a survey of the labor landscape in the United States offers some sobering statistics: at least 760,000…
The Badger State's new 25% refundable tax credit helped lure Michael Mann's gangster epic "Public Enemies," starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.
Actor Kevin Dunn admirably filled in for "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" co-star Rebecca Hall, pulling himself away from the Phillies-Rays World Series Game 5 (suspended because of rain anyway) to engage…
DVD release "Special Needs" doesn't let political correctness get in the way of a good joke while, as the same time, bring out the humanity of those who are supposedly disadvantaged.
Thousands of anti-war protesters take to the streets of a major Midwestern city during a presidential nominating convention and clash with heavily armed police. Substitute 1968 with 2008, Vietnam…