A ffection abounded for all things Italian at the May 11 preem of Summit's "Letters to Juliet" at the Chinese Theater. "Who doesn't love Italy?"
Michael Douglas was anything but isolated at the May 11 premiere of his latest pic, Anchor Bay Entertainment's "Solitary Man."
It was the mother of all box office surprises last week when "Babies" doubled its B.O. estimations, thanks to mostly female Mother's Day filmgoers.
A few movie legends land on the Croisette to launch another look at one of H'wood's favorite bad boys.
At the start of every Disney movie, a flag flutters over the company's iconic fairy- tale castle as fireworks erupt overhead.
In the music world, all attention focuses on the players. But what of the instruments themselves?
With Memorial Day just around the corner, a Jerry Bruckheimer popcorn extravaganza can't be far behind.
From adman to his Simpson-Bruckheimer heyday to his solo film and TV shingle, some career milestones.
When uber-producer Jerry Bruckheimer plants his hands and feet into the cement in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Monday night, he joins a galaxy of stars that includes Pickford, Swanson…
Chilean documentary filmmaker Patricio Guzman shows he's still as strong a nonfiction alchemist as ever.
Thriller "Chatroom" tries to tap into anxieties about the online activities of contempo teens.