Jenny McCarthy may be the latest femme to take a seat at “The View's” table. The model, thesp and TV host is in serious talks to take current co-host Joy Behar's spot on “The View” once Behar leaves…
The days of Ginger, Sporty and Posh may be long gone, but another pack of five spicy women were serving up the girl power at the June 27 Hollywood premiere of “The Hot Flashes.” “I worked with a few…
Craig Rosebraugh's docu "Greedy, Lying Bastards" covers ground well-traveled by environmental exposes from "An Inconvenient Truth" to "The Island President." Rosebraugh, however, focuses less on the…
There's more to London than ADR and shoots at dawn. For showbiz out-of-towners, new options in the city exist for fun as well as work.
This perfunctory rags-to-riches narrative is secondary to the smutty groan-along gags and second-class celeb cameos that are the pillars of Keith Lemon's shtick.
The world premiere of Terry Green's "No God No Master," toplined by David Strathairn, will open the 17th annual Stony Brook Film Festival this summer.
Explores the nature of American masculinity in a surface-scratching fashion that does no favors to men -- or America, for that matter.
Actor Cliff Robertson, who won an Oscar for "Charly" and saw his profile increase again, at age 79, thanks to a small but important role in the first "Spider-Man" pic, died Saturday, Sept. 10, of…
Halfway into "Thor," a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent spots a group of the Norse god's warrior friends walking down the street, turns to his partner and asks, "Is there a Renaissance Faire in town?"
Jazz saxophonist-flautist James Moody, one of the last surviving greats of the bebop and post-bop era, died Dec. 9 in San Diego. He was 85, and had pancreatic cancer.