Panay, who came up with the idea for the summer smash "The Wedding Crashers," is refreshingly honest about his taste for mainstream entertainment. "Growing up, I loved going to the big summer…
"Being a foreigner, I figured I wouldn't be able to get a job in development or as an assistant," Bergman says of when he moved from his native Israel to Los Angeles in 1991. "I had no choice, being…
For many diehard fans, Disneyland means more than just a day at the park -- it's an obsession.
Will Keck, an L.A.-based reporter for USA Today, inherited his love of Disney from his father, a huge collector who died when Keck was 5.
There's a new civil war being fought over film and TV production as more states pass tax incentive programs for producers.
Alfonso Cuaron brought his independent sensibility to the Harry Potter franchise, turning "Prisoner of Azkaban" into a visually sumptuous feast, pulsing with a sense of nature and a much darker mood.
It's the future as seen from 1964, something more futuristic than what we have now," says Brad Bird of the retro-modern look that inspired his film "The Incredibles."
The lush retro look of "Sky Captain" oozes the noir-ish glamour of an earlier era of sci-fi movies. Every detail, from costumes to backgrounds to the look of the robots and other inventions, stays on…
With television ratings up to record levels -- 27 million viewers tuned in last year -- the Golden Globes is on its way to becoming something more than just a good weather report for the Oscar season.
Humor derives from pain, as comedians through the ages can attest. And tapping into that pain through drama is increasingly the aim of Hollywood jokesters.
Jamie Foxx's dead-on portrayal of Ray Charles got a thumbs up from someone much more influential than a prominent film critic, studio head or fellow actor. It was from the Genius, himself.