Embattled TV chef Paula Deen fought back tears as she as greeted by cheers and a standing ovation from a crowd of over 1,500 during an appearance at the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show in…
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After the sudden death of his mother, a taciturn boy heads for the hills in "The Cold Lands," the sophomore feature of director Tom Gilroy ("Spring Forward"). The film is essentially composed of an…
When Barbara Davis called her husband, oil baron and Hollywood mogul Marvin Davis, with the news that their then 7-year-old daughter, Dana, had diabetes, he simply told her: "So fix it."
Barbara Davis' biannual ball remains Hollywood's greatest fundraiser.
George Clooney will add more luster to his philanthropic record in October when he is feted at the Carousel of Hope gala benefiting research and treatment for childhood diabetes.
Melding heightened drama with quirky, state-of-the-nation social realism, the pic aims to undercut epic plot contrivance with naturalistic perfs and a lyrical shooting style.
When Jason Katims first began to ponder how to turn "Parenthood" the movie into a TV series, he looked within.
Hank Azaria is opening up his Bel Air digs for a good cause on Saturday.
A little mouse got an elephant-sized party Sunday as Sony Pictures took over two theaters in Westwood plus a whole block to usher in "Stuart Little 2."
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