To the editor:Brian Lowry describes Bill Clinton’s “rhetorical powers and seductive charm” (“Tuning In,” Aug. 04) and goes on to state that this recent display of his verbal agility was “doubtless…
Julia Child, who brought gourmet cooking to 1960s America and hosted the Emmy and Peabody-winning TV show "The French Chef," died in Montecito, Calif. Friday of kidney failure. She was 91.
Actress Fay Wray, who famously struggled helplessly in the giant hand of King Kong, died Sunday at her Manhattan apartment. She was 96.
It was old home week at the Los Angeles Film Fest centerpiece premiere of Richard Linklater's "Before Sunset," which reunites Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, the starry-eyed couple of 1995's "Before…
An eclectic Hollywood crowd greeted the opening night of the Los Angeles Film Fest Thursday and Hollywood Athletic Club after-party.
Everything was coming up oranges at Sunday's premiere on the Fox lot of "Garfield: The Movie."
Magnolia Pictures' "Bukowski: Born Into This," preemed Wednesday at the ArcLight, with friends and admirers Sean Penn, Bono and Tom Waits making onscreen appearances in the feature doc.
Public opinion on gay topics ranges from outrage to indifference throughout Asia. But in some countries, pics with gay subjects are finding strong auds despite lingering stigmas.
Preteen fans yelped at the sight of diminutive fashionistas Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen at Saturday's "New York Minute" premiere at the Chinese Theater. "I want to marry them both," proclaimed a…
The City of Lights, City of Angels French film fest partied even more than usual during its eighth Hollywood edition with a Standard hotel poolside soiree adding to the traditional Director's Guild…
Princesses abounded Sunday night as both young ladies and grownup ones donned mini-tiaras for the Chinese Theater bow of Paramount's "The Prince and Me."