Minnie Driver‘s character in romantic comedy “I Give It a Year” spends much of the film hilariously throwing out insults and negativisms about the pic’s central couple and marriage in general…
J.C. Suares, who died July 30 in New York, radically rethought the weekly Variety look. His drawings added wit to the publication for two decades and became closely identified with the weekly. Here…
J.C. Suares, graphic designer and illustrator whose credits include the revamped look for weekly Variety in the early 1990s, died July 30 in Englewood, N.J., of heart failure after two surgeries to…
The intersection of cinema and haute cuisine was honored July 11 at a reception celebrating Culinary Cinema Month on the SundanceNOW Doc streaming website and the 55th anniversary of famed New York…
Prohibition's end heralded a lush rebirth for the entertainment industry.
“Every day is A.C. Lyles Day,” asserted Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge to a well-attended 95th birthday lunch Friday for the Paramount exec at Musso and Frank’s in Hollywood. LaBonge, who…
Even after weeks of promoting Universal's "Oblivion" around the world, Tom Cruise showed why he's still is a movie star. On April 10, at L.A.'s Dolby Theater, Cruise arrived at 5 p.m., two and a half…
There have been a handful of back-to-back wins at the Oscars, including Luise Rainer, Joseph Mankiewicz and Tom Hanks — and now Variety. In last year’s best-pic winner “The Artist,” Variety helped…
Reality TV got a good working over Monday nights, thanks to BET Networks' preem of two shows that parody the genre: "The Real Husbands of Hollywood" and "Second Generation Wayans."
Britain's iconic TV astronomer Patrick Moore died Sunday of natural causes at his home in Selsey, West Sussex, England. He was 89.
Reinhold Weege, creator of the durable 1980s sitcom "Night Court," died Dec. 1 in La Jolla, Calif. He was 62.