Guests at the inaugural Hamptons for Haiti fund-raiser at the Ross School in East Hampton were impressed by the event put together by Maria Bello and friends.
For celebrities descending on Comic-Con Intl. this week, San Diego's fan-filled convention center can seem a little daunting.
"The Motherfucker With the Hat" muscled its way into Broadway's Top 10 last week, with the final week of the Chris Rock starrer posting a B.O. spike thanks to last-minute biz.
There's no prom at Comic-Con, but if there was, Chris Hardwick could be crowned king.
Organizers of the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards are reaching out to publicists and actor reps to encourage them to file submissions for noms consideration online.
The MPAA has added a new Capitol Hill lobbyist to its ranks, with Chris Cylke joininng the trade association as director of federal affairs, a newly created position.
"The Thing" is creeping its way into Universal's theme parks in time for Halloween.
Show falls victim to "Dawson's Creek" syndrome, where the kids all talk like college professors, and the adults are blathering boobs.
While the project had its devotees in its original form, the first four legs of a 10-episode flight feel stilted, claustrophobic and only fitfully amusing as stitched together for Showtime.
Heartfelt and humorous, "The British Guide to Showing Off" focuses on the life and times of eccentric English artist Andrew Logan and his Alternative Miss World competition. Like Logan's artwork…