As expected, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger gave his backing to John McCain this morning, calling him an "extraordinary leader" who can unite two parties. According to ABC News, Schwarzenegger cited…
Korean superstar Bae Yong-joon, who launched the craze for all things Korean in Japan five years ago with his perf in the weepy TV drama "April Snow," is being sued by a Japanese event planning…
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Despite last week's admonition by WGA leaders to members to cool down the rhetoric, high-profile writers continue to take potshots at the DGA deal. Tom Fontana and WGA West board member Phil Alden…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Updated Politicos, key Hollywood donors and top political journalists will be sitting in spots usually reserved for Oscar nominees tonight when…
In the press room at the Reagan Library — actually a very chilly tented space near the Air Force One hangar where the debate was held — journalists struggled with where to put Arnold in their…
In the new LA Weekly, Patrick Range McDonald profiles Jeremy Bernard and Rufus Gifford, the fund-raising consultants and gay couple who have been raising much of the money in Los Angeles for the…
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — Everything was set up for drama at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Wednesday for what may be the final Republican presidential debate of the primary season. The…
Everything was set up for drama at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library for the final Republican presidential debate on Wednesday.
Before the WGA went on strike, its leaders repeatedly assured members they would retain eligibility within the guild-industry health plan for the duration of the work stoppage.
If Showtime has its way, those expensive, extravagant Emmy screeners may soon be a thing of the past.
Paul Haggis and producing partner Michael Nozik have formed Hwy61 Films and will hang their nascent shingle at United Artists.