If the Oscars break a certain way, the two women who take home acting statuettes will breathlessly thank the same person -- Hylda Queally.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers hails from County Cork and was discovered shooting pool in a dingy bar after being expelled from school. A bit has happened since then, to say the least.
Dublin-born Brendan Gleeson, who this year earned Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations for his turn in Belgium-set thriller "In Bruges," has come a long way since he quit the teaching profession and…
Welsh songstress Duffy walked off with a trio of statuettes at the Brit Awards on Wednesday evening, collecting prizes for British album, British breakthrough act and British female solo artist.
The big winners at last week's Grammy Awards were also the big movers on the week's album sales chart.
"Slumdog Millionaire" kepts its mojo going as it claimed the contemporary costume design laurel, presented to Suttirat Larlarb, at the 11th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, held Wednesday at…
In a media landscape that's changing at hyperspeed, the nominees for this year's Les Mason Award -- given to a publicist for his or her outstanding achievements -- are among the industry's few stable…
A lot has changed in movie promotion since producer Frank Marshall carried around a tray of slides at sci-fi conventions in order to generate advance buzz for films such as "E.T." and "Poltergeist."
Having been at the center of several seminal 1990s sitcoms -- "Dharma and Greg," "Cybill," "Grace Under Fire" and "Roseanne" -- producer Chuck Lorre knows a thing or two about showmanship.
Everyone's job has gotten tougher over the years. At least, so it seems. Is this real or the product of misplaced nostalgia? Take publicists, for example. When I first came to L.A., publicists were…
Frank Marshall began his movie career assisting director Peter Bogdanovich with his late-1960s to mid-'70s run of films -- "Targets," "The Last Picture Show," "What's Up, Doc?" and "Paper Moon."
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