WHAT: The Feb. 3 L.A. reception for Fashion Institute of Design and Manufacturing's 14th annual Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibition of 24 films of 2005, including Oscar nominees for costume.
For "Brokeback Mountain" helmer Ang Lee, the news of eight nominations for the picture sent him into a state of "relief."
At BAFTA/LA's annual pre-Globes tea party Sunday afternoon, Peter Morris, the org's new topper, took a look at the crowded room at the Park Hyatt and said, "We always get a good turnout, but it's…
WHAT: Thursday's L.A. opening of Billy Crystal's one-hander "700 Sundays" before an SRO crowd at the Wilshire Theater.
Bollywood film "Rang de basanti's" worldwide release set for Friday has been held up by a lawmaker who objected to the unauthorized use of a horse.
Palm Springs could teach Hollywood a thing or two about how to conduct its kudofests. Starting dinner almost punctually at 6:40, Saturday night's black-tie gala at the Convention Center was finished…
King Kong, meet King Khan. The name Shah Rukh Khan may not be recognizable to many in Hollywood, but in Bollywood, he's the proverbial 800-pound gorilla.
The Academy on Monday disqualified a fourth foreign-language film, Holland's "Bluebird," because it had aired previously on television. Under Academy rules, a film may air on TV only after its…
Basking in congratulations at Sunday's after-bow bash for "Memoirs of a Geisha," Col topper Amy Pascal shared the secret to keeping the passion alive during the long adaptation process: "Just like…
The 14th annual Britannia Awards on Nov. 10
Anthony Hopkins appeared on the red carpet and Elizabeth Taylor was there in a wheelchair, but not Tom Cruise or Katie Holmes.