The list of top movie downloads on iTunes is packed with the usual suspects — recent home entertainment hits like "The Blind Side," blockbusters like "Avatar," a few cult hits like "Boondock…
It was a full house for the North American premiere of IFC romantic comedy "Heartbreaker."
Hollywood is a hot spot for cineastes this week as the TCM Classic Film Festival unspools Thursday through Sunday, while Gallic film buffs can get a weeklong fix starting tonight at the City of…
The Newport Beach Film Fest will open April 22 with the world premiere of "Five Star Day," starring Cam Gigandet and Jena Malone. Fest closes April 29 with "Letters to Juliet," starring Amanda…
Cinema Libre Studio has picked up North American rights to Oliver Stone's docu "South of the Border," centering on Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez's rise to power.
Steffi Sidney-Splaver, daughter of Hollywood columnist Sidney Skolski who co-starred in 1955's "Rebel Without a Cause," died of kidney failure in Seattle on Feb. 22. She was 74.
Justin Mentell, who appeared on the TV show "Boston Legal," was killed in an automobile crash near Mineral Point, Wis., on Monday. He was 27.
Comedy writer, producer and director Aaron Ruben, known for his work on the "Andy Griffith Show" and "Sanford and Son," died Jan. 30 in Beverly Hills, Calif. from complications of pneumonia. He was…
Even before the Globes wrapped, the Fox party at Craft was lively with lots of cast and crew members from nominated shows including "Glee" and "Modern Family."
Veteran French producer Gilbert de Goldschmidt, who oversaw more than 40 films including "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg," died Jan. 1 in Switzerland. He was 85.
Holly O'Brien, who started as an actress in the original feature film "Yours, Mine and Ours," died unexpectedly in her sleep at her home in Lake Malibu, Calif. on Dec. 30.