FOR DECADES, FILM characters ate nameless corn flakes, smoked unidentified cigarettes and flew on anonymous airlines, while Wile E. Coyote bought all of his hardware from the generic Acme company…
Apparently women make the best pitchers. Femmes took the top three slots at NATPE's third annual "Pitch Me!" session Monday night at the Grand Salon of the Hilton.
Juicy pulp gets a big squeeze in "Uncensored Confessions," the current art offering at the Verve gallery in Los Angeles, in which Hollywood is center stage.
Occasionally Halloween feeds showbiz (e.g., endless holiday-themed sitcom episodes and horror-film re-releases). But in L.A., showbiz unquestionably feeds Halloween.
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…