The first mention of the Hollywood sign in Variety came in the "To the Ladies" pages, in coverage of the fashionable scene at the Pacific Southwest tennis tournament. "Hollywood Puts It on Tennis…
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Perhaps the best way to describe the hefty sums top talent agencies shell out for their headquarters comes from one of Hollywood's best-known tenpercenters, WME's Ari Emanuel: "Oy, gevalt. That's a…
"It's been said that architecture is frozen music," says Palm Springs resident Martin Newman, quoting Goethe about his role as a designer and restorer of classic Spanish and Mediterranean homes. "My…
Downtown's Ritz-Carlton has the views, W Hollywood the scene, and Montage the address. L.A.'s trio of high-end hotel residences (condos to the rest of us) have hit their stride with buyers who…
When a road movie comes along that makes auds happy to join the trip, it's a cause for celebration, and "Tenderness" deserves celebrating.
Nick Robinson is a Sundance virgin. The 17 year-old thesp is in Park City for the first time to promote Jordan Vogt-Roberts' feature directorial debut "Toy's House," a coming-of-age tale in which he…
Hyphenates Joe and Anthony Russo are developing the family drama "Life Briefly."
The block is again under attack, not by invading aliens this time, but by a single, faceless sniper in this trim terror exercise from freshman feature helmers Ronnie Thompson and James Nunn.
The revival of "Beverly Hills Cop," which landed at CBS Tuesday with a pilot production order and hefty penalty if not picked up to series, started with talk last fall between Eddie Murphy and Brett…
John Madden will direct the indie action-comedy "Murder Mystery," with Charlize Theron in talks to star.
Who's who in the music departments at the studios and networks
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