There's only one Miley Cyrus, but that doesn't stop Disney from trying to make more. And after starring in this summer's top-rated "Camp Rock," 16-year-old Demi Lovato is well-poised to take off.
George Putnam, a fixture in Los Angeles television from its early beginnings in the 1950s and one of the forbearers of conservative talkradio, died of a kidney ailment Friday in Chino, Calif. He was…
Emmy winning animator Bill Melendez, who created Peanuts TV specials such as "A Charlie Brown Christmas," died Tuesday Sept. 2 in Santa Monica.
Journalist Chris Rubin, who wrote for Variety and other publications about music, food, wine and travel, died Friday in Los Angeles of complications of cancer.
Violinist Sam Boghossian, who played with the L.A. Philharmonic and in films and TV shows, died July 13 in Grass Valley, Calif. He was 88.
William (Bill) Saunders, former president of 20th Century Fox TV Intl., died July 22 of cancer in Monte Carlo. He was 85.
Harriet Burns, first woman ever hired by Walt Disney Imagineering in a creative rather than an office capacity, died July 25 in Los Angeles, Calif. She was 79.
IFP's annual Gotham Awards, set for Dec. 2, are moving to the Cipriani Wall Street, the org announced Monday.
Publicist Howard Brandy, whose career spanned nearly five decades in Hollywood, died Monday in Los Angeles after a long illness. He was 79.
After the 2006 stoner horror pic "The Tripper," thesp David Arquette is taking another shot at directing — this time with the first entry in a series of "absinthe genre films" for French absinthe…