EEHHH, THEY DON’T MAKE ‘EM like they used to. In the old days — three or four years ago — you could scan newspaper ads for movies and find wildly enthusiastic blurbs from critics whose names you…
Warner Bros. yanked everybody’s food chain at Monday night’s Village Westwood premiere of “Deep Blue Sea”: After watching sharks devour people in the film, guests were invited to turn the tables by…
Al Gore is so far the showbiz favorite for the 2000 presidential race, edging ahead of George W. Bush in campaign contributions.
She's sexy and young. She can sing. She's the perfect "Ugly" woman.
CANNES — Tuesday’s party was one for the books. Actually, it was one for two books. Variety and Boxtree hosted an afternoon bash at the Variety Pavilion to launch a pair of publications, “Variety…
Lea Thompson will star in "Some Guys Have All the Luck," a $4 million pic that marks the feature helming debut of Jo Ann Dearing.
In Hollywood, many actors, writers and producers hope for a thumbs up from Col Pictures prexy Amy Pascal. But on Friday, the most she's likely to give out is a hall pass.
British and non-U.K. industryites gathered Saturday for the sixth annual BAFTA/LA pre-Oscars tea, at what British consul general Paul Diamond called "an occasion for tea-bibbers and the nominees."
It has faced many competitors, wannabes and emulators, but the annual telecast of Academy Awards remains the biggest awards show on television by a country mile.
FROM THE 71ST ACADEMY AWARDS The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion was the Bard's stage Sunday as Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love" stole the show seven times, including nods for best film, actress and…
FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW, the Reel Life column has been handing out awards to the most lavish critics’ blurbs used in newspaper and TV ads. But there’s been a recent dramatic development in filmland…