Katie Aselton, Toni Collette, Bridget Everett and Molly Shannon are starring in the ensemble comedy “Fun Mom Dinner” with shooting starting Wednesday in Los Angeles. The film marks the directorial…
A geometry-minded and decidedly contemporary mansion in the ever-more-upscale Edendale Heights neighborhood in L.A.'s rapidly gentrifying and hipster-approved Silver Lake area has been purchased for…
Scott Campbell, the visual and tattoo artist whose shop Saved Tattoos has inked the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and Sting, introduced his new Saved Wines label at the Chateau Marmont Tuesday night…
Olivia Wilde, Jake Johnson, and Ron Livingston were among the celebs buzzing about boozing at the Los Angeles premiere of "Drinking Buddies." Wilde, who walked the red carpet on Aug. 15 at ArcLight…
For helmer and star Katie Aselton, LD Entertainment's new thriller “Black Rock” came to life as the perfect opportunity to try something totally different from her usual drama and comedy work, both…
Two elderly divorcees slave away for next to nothing in "Workers," the first fiction feature of Mexican-Salvadorian helmer Jose Luis Valle Gonzalez ("The Pope's Miracle"). Beautifully composed and…
In a nod to the consumer power of Hispanic auds, Bunim/Murray Prods. has launched division BMP Latin.
FX is sticking with "The League," picking up the low-priced comedy for a fifth season.
While his career has taken on increased visibility with his new gig as host of IFC's mock-game show Bunk, the indefatigable young comedian Kurt Braunohler is keeping it real.
Straining to be a distaff "Deliverance," indie thriller "Black Rock" is unable to shock, much less convince.
FX will be playing fantasy football for another year with "The League."
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