The abundance of pre-parties, show-watching parties and after-parties is enough to easily fill up anyone's social calendar.
With the series finale on the horizon, “Breaking Bad” fans have something new to look forward to. AMC announced in a joint statement with Sony Pictures TV on Wednesday that they are moving forward…
Lincoln has lined up filmmakers for a trio of short films to support the latest element of its “Reimagine Project” to raise awareness of the luxury brand's new redesigned vehicles. The luxury arm of…
Justin Timberlake wants to be in a Batman movie, but not as the famed superhero. He'd rather show his bad side. The pop icon ruled out playing Batman sidekick Robin in the upcoming “Batman vs…
Changing up its programming and making sure its stars are everywhere has helped land WWE one of its biggest advertisers: Doritos. The Frito-Lay chip brand, owned by PepsiCo, will serve as the…
Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
Are you a member of the cultural elite frustrated you're unable to find anything on YouTube that suits your rarefied tastes? Condé Nast's Vanity Fair is stepping in to fill the underserved snob…
What editor Graydon Carter modestly called "the Super Bowl of photography," his mag's Vanity Fair Portrait exhibit, had its debut Tuesday at the L.A. County Museum of Art.
Vanity Fair will take a one-year hiatus from its Academy Award party, providing a rare opportunity -- for a studio, entrepreneur or magazine -- to fill the post-Oscars fiesta gap.
Brit shingle Number 9 Films has secured financing for "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," the satirical look at journo Toby Young's tempestuous five year stint at Vanity Fair.
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