Showbiz has lost one of its defining voices, one who honed his craft in the bygone era of close-knit Hollywood and evolved through the many iterations of the industry.
Tom King, the Hollywood columnist for the Wall Street Journal, died suddenly over the weekend. He was 39.
Bernie Brillstein offered a clue to the reason behind the strong turnout at Friday's black-tie, BevHilton dinner celebrating the start of Army Archerd's 50th year at Daily Variety.
Saying “I’ll keep writing it as long as you keep reading it,” Daily Variety columnist Army Archerd took bows on Monday at a dinner in his honor at the Museum of TV and Radio in New York. Gotham’s…
The hit Broadway play by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse has been expanded somewhat in the screen adaptation, a broadening that makes the best use of screen technique. Dialog has headline freshness…