When the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall opened in October of 2003, it became an instant Los Angeles landmark, right up there with the Griffith Park Observatory, the Capitol Records…
Variety has unveiled its annual Youth Impact report. The special coverage acknowledges young stars responsible for making waves on the business front. SEE ALSO: Variety’s Youth Impact Report Variety…
LONDON — RealD is upping its premium content game with the introduction of a new premium large format initiative dubbed "LUXE: A RealD Experience." On Monday at CineEurope in Barcelona, the company…
Christopher Lloyd has made a career of playing mad geniuses, which makes this brilliant clown a perfect fit for Azdak, the wise fool who injects some cockeyed sanity into the state-sanctioned lunacy…
Nominees for the kudofest will be revealed in June.
Don Payne, a writer for “The Simpsons” who also penned “Thor” and “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer,” died March 26 at home in Los Angeles after battling bone cancer. He was 48. Payne…
The final week of 2012 racked up the slowest activity level of the year in location shooting in Los Angeles as show business closed up shop for the holidays.
The wonderfully deft performances from Nancy Carroll and John Lithgow notwithstanding, there's a sneaking sense that the wrapping is better than the gift.
A relentlessly intense version of Edward Albee's 1962 masterpiece about marital loathing and gamesmanship.
Above-the-line obituaries tend to generate big headlines and major retrospective packages in the media, but the untimely loss of a below-the-line worker usually receives far less attention.
Ross McElwee continues his Socratic mandate of living a fully examined life with the assured and insightful "Photographic Memory," in which the inevitable sojourn into his past once again helps him…