The spirit is willing but the filmmaking is weak in "Arise," a touchy-feely documentary with laudable dual messages of empowering women and healing the planet.
The Governors Ball got a jolt of manic energy when the “Breaking Bad” gang burst in fresh off their Emmy win for best drama series. Aaron Paul seemed to be hugging everyone in the West Convention…
The abundance of pre-parties, show-watching parties and after-parties is enough to easily fill up anyone's social calendar.
An enjoyable comedy-mystery set in the more privileged echelons of Los Angeles gay society.
USA Network is the first TV network to hook up with social startup Tinder, whose app lets users anonymously connect to members of the opposite sex with mutual interests, in a youth-targeted promo for…
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass..) and Newark Mayor Cory Booker are drawing on Hollywood for two special elections in their states. The most pressing is in Massachusetts, to fill the Senate seat of John Kerry…
Lifetime's "Call Me Crazy" may consist of five short films, but it's anything but short when it comes to the long list of well-known thesps involved, many of whom showed up for the April 16 preem in…
If you were invited to a dinner party at an up-and-coming star's apartment during Hollywood's golden age, there's a good chance you would have experienced the storybook grandeur of architect Leland…
Diversity among Hollywood's TV writers falls short of reflecting the actual demographics of the U.S. population, a study from the Writers Guild of America West shows.
In the deadpan tone inherited from his father, Rob Reiner calls himself a member of the “gay adjacent community” — a riff, but as he and others showed at the Human Rights Campaign dinner on March 23…