"Sex/Life in L.A." peers at male sexuality for sale in a town where such commodities are taken for granted -- if seldom publicly discussed.
"Godzilla's" strong but not spectacular bow in Japan plus muscular preems by "Armageddon," "Scream 2," "Lost in Space" and "Mulan" put more bounce into the buoyant cinema business overseas last…
Australian popsters Savage Garden have managed to peddle here in the U.S. an astounding 4 million copies of their self-titled Columbia debut album, but very little of whatever charm or talent sold…
Abe Lipsey, a civic leader and philanthropist known as the "Furrier to the Stars," died Saturday of heart failure at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 94.
The school-girl chants of "Hanson! Hanson!" began as soon as the second of two warm-up bands finished and continued for the better part of a half-hour, until the multimillion-selling blonde trio from…
This year's Hartley-Merrill Screenwriting prizes were handed out Thursday at the Karlovy Vary film fest.
A perceptive, accomplished seriocomedy, "Edge of Seventeen" feels like a gay-p.o.v. version of the deft early-to-mid-'80s John Hughes teen pics, even revisiting their era for trendy (but…
Commercials helmer Tom Dey has been tapped to direct Universal's spy spoof "00-Soul," starring Chris Tucker. Tucker, Robert Simonds and screenwriter Antwone Fisher are the producers.
"NewsRadio" co-star Andy Dick, "Saturday Night Live" vet Cheri Oteri and "Harriet the Spy" star Michelle Trachtenberg are set to join the cast of "The Real Inspector Gadget" for Walt Disney Pictures.
Reacting to overzealous Oscar campaigns by some studios and distributors, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences issued new guidelines Monday on the manner in which voters may be courted.
Perennially scarce funding for New Zealand feature films will be even harder to find following the decision of New Zealand On Air to pull the plug on its share.