Does America really need another music awards show? Maybe not, but as the success of the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards showed last year, there's plenty of room in the kudosphere regardless. Now…
Christopher plummer is having "terrible nightmares" about his upcoming hand and footprint ceremony. "How am I going to walk away?" he quips of the March 27 honor taking place at TCL Chinese Theatre…
Christopher Plummer wasn't keen on playing Captain Von Trapp in Robert Wise's iconic 1965 classic "The Sound of Music," a movie the Oscar-winning actor once famously dismissed as sentimental goo. But…
With a whopping 14 shows yet to open before the end of Broadway's 2014-15 season, there's still plenty of time left for surprises in the upcoming race for the Tony Awards. But a couple of things, at…
If you've ever thought your high school drama teacher deserved a Tony Award, now is your chance to make it happen. In an unprecedented move, the Antoinette Perry "Tony" Awards have teamed with…
Film contrasting personal and official histories launches at HAF in wee that Lee Kuan Yew dies
Diversity improves, but Chinese-language films look set to dominate
Will Ferrell on Walk of Fame Honor: ‘I’m Still Waiting for the Mayor of Show Business to Kick Me Out’
Even after 40 movies, Will Ferrell still finds himself stunned that he's receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. "I'm still waiting for the mayor of show business to show up and kick me out…
On Sept. 8, 1965, Oakland A's manager Charlie O. Finley decided — in an effort to draw crowds — that the MLB team's young shortstop, Bert Campaneris, would do something no other Major Leaguer had…
Editor and documentary film maker is considered a newcomer in her native Hong Kong. Really she is just starting over.
U.S. entertainment lawyer Lindsay Conner predicts more cross-Pacific deals as the getting to know each other phase is over.