Most people clearly divide history into two periods: Before Me and After Me. To a person born in 1955, World War II was the ancient past, while the Kennedy assassination is a vivid memory. But to…
FEW PEOPLE IN HOLLYWOOD need a translation for phrases like "urban audiences," "creative differences" and "We have high hopes for this one."
E.G. Marshall, two-time Emmy winner for the TV series "The Defenders," died Monday night at his home in Mount Kisco, N.Y., after a short illness. He was 88.
The Clinton Inquisition (Reality mini; all networks, cablers, local stations) An Independent Counsel production. Directed by Kenneth Starr. Cast: Bill Clinton, Kenneth Starr, Monica Lewinsky, Linda…
Elmer Bernstein will score the Barry Sonnenfeld Warner Bros. film "Wild Wild West," marking the 205th film score for the Oscar and Emmy winner.
THERE ARE FEW THINGS in Hollywood more rewarding than discovering new talent. That’s why it’s great to see studio marketing departments recognize newcomers in the competitive world of blurbapalooza.…
Frank Sinatra, whose unique crooning style traversed several generations and who became an Oscar-winning actor, died Thursday night of a heart attack. He was 82.
Just hours before festgoers would begin climbing the red carpet at the Palais for the opening night screening of "Primary Colors," workers around town were still getting ready for the kick-off of the…
Reversing the usual link of pics and music, "Filmharmonic" launches tonight with Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the world preem of David Newman's composition "1001 Nights," featuring film images of…
THE CLOSING CREDITS of the 1939 "Gone With the Wind" consisted of six words: "The end. A Selznick Intl. picture." Nearly 30 years later, Stanley Kubrick's technical ground-breaker "2001: A Space…
The Oscars weren't the only hot-shot awards last week. Out of Kalamazoo, Mich., comes a list of winners of the first Rogaine Hair Awards, which salutes "the best-tressed male and female stars" at…