Many of the creatives involved with making "Love Is All You Need" have personal stories of friends or family dealing with cancer, the subject of this Sony Pictures Classics pic.
Kevin Reilly was honored by Grades of Green at the environmental education org’s third annual benefit. The Fox exec, who’s also Grade’s L.A. adviser, was intro’d by Mindy Kaling, who brought down the…
Linden was associate director of music for CBS Television Studios.
Kirsten Dunst couldn't really identify with her character in "Upside Down," about lovers who live in parallel worlds of opposing gravity. "Usually they just come to me," she said of her own romantic…
Kirsten Dunst couldn't really identify with her character in Millennium's “Upside Down,” a new fantasy film about a forbidden love between two individuals who live in parallel worlds of opposing…
Warner Bros. has donated more than 30 props and artifacts, many from superhero flicks, to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.
Stanley Snadowsky, a music lover and savvy negotiator who co-founded and ran New York's Bottom Line nightclub and was KISS's first manager, died Feb. 25 in Las Vegas of complications due to diabetes…
Niels Arden Oplev admitted at the Feb. 26 preem of FilmDistrict's "Dead Man Down" that it was a difficult shoot — and for an obvious reason.
Niels Arden Oplev admitted at the Feb. 26 preem of FilmDistrict's "Dead Man Down" that it was a difficult shoot -- and for an obvious reason.
Actor and dancer John Brascia, best known for his work in "White Christmas" and "Meeting Me In Las Vegas," died Feb. 19 in Santa Monica from complications due to Parkinson's disease. He was 80.
The USC School of Cinematic Arts honored Sumner Redstone on Tuesday night in celebration of the newly finished Sumner M. Redstone production building.
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