Michael France, the scribe who penned "Cliffhanger," "GoldenEye" and a slew of Marvel adaptations which grossed more than $1 billion worldwide, died April 12 in his St. Pete Beach, Fla., home after…
Raucous fans rimmed Sunset Boulevard's sidewalks April 11, all clamoring for the same hotshot heroes: "Lindsay! Lindsay!" they screamed. "Charlie! Charlie!" they yelled. Many of the shouting heads…
Mickey Rose, the comedy scribe who grew up with Woody Allen and went on to write for him, died in Beverly Hills, Calif., of cancer on April 7. He was 77. Rose nabbed his first professional gig…
The Intl. Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced tonight the winners of the Intl. Digital Emmy Awards at a ceremony at MipTV in Cannes, organized in partnership with Reed Midem and sponsored…
Supporters and stars flocked to the corner of Ivar and Sunset to laugh and partake in a Comedy for a Cure fundraiser. Coin from the April 7 benefit went to the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance, which…
Paul Dreher is the invisible force behind the hotel's booking logistics, which include pricing, contracts and meal planning.
Decades of irreverence and oddball humor have made Penn & Teller notorious as the Bad Boys of Magic, but even as renegades they've charmed their fellow performers — including some of the world's most…
Jess Franco, the prolific Spanish filmmaker who became renowned for his low-budget cult films, died in Malaga, Spain, of heart complications. He was 82.
Non-profit org Got Your 6 has launched its inaugural Veteran Hiring Week, which runs through March 29.
Childhood nostalgia and admissions of pyromania abounded at the L.A. preem of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" on March 28.
Model and actress Christa Speck, who became a celebrated Playboy Bunny and later married “H.R. Pufnstuf” producer Marty Krofft, died March 22 of natural causes. She was 70. Working as a secretary at…