Eleanor Bolta Taffner, who helped bring "Three's Company" and "The Benny Hill Show" through her company DLT Entertainment, died of natural causese Sept. 15 in New York. She was 79.
Digital media and VFX company Legend3D has officially opened its Hollywood office.
Four graduates of ASCAP's 22nd annual Film Scoring Workshop will receive scholarships from the org as well as a grant from the Recording Musicians Assn. of Los Angeles.
By the time they got to "The League" preem on Sept. 14 at ArcLight, most of the cast had absorbed more football knowledge than they ever wanted to retain.
Despite benefiting the Nature Conservancy, Habitat for Humanity and Global Green USA, no good deed went unscrutinized at Fox's Eco-Casino party at BOA Steakhouse.
Film Independent has announced panelists for its sixth annual Filmmaker Forum Oct. 29 - 31.
Walking down the untraditional white carpet, Lady Gaga was wise to save her drippy-looking meat dress for inside the MTV Video Music Awards.
Friday's "Stand Up 2 Cancer" on the Sony lot saw Seth Rogen, Tony Hawk and Renee Zellwegger answering phones during the live telethon.
Michael Dennison, the Emmy-nommed costume designer behind "Georgia O'Keefe," died Sept. 2 of a brain aneurism in Pittsburgh. He was 58.
After Tuesday's "Terriers" preem at ArcLight Cinemas, star Michael Raymond-James proved that too many rave reviews can make a guy skeptical.