Actor Richard Denning, who starred in the film “Creature From the Black Lagoon” and played the governor on the TV series “Hawaii Five-O,” died Oct. 11 of cardiac arrest at Palomar Medical Center in…
For testosterone enthusiasts there was nothing more fitting than Sunday's premiere party for Trey Parker's "Orgazmo" at the Playboy Mansion.
Arnold Schwarzenegger confessed Sunday that he'd been truly pumped for the evening's Moving Picture Ball of the American Cinematheque. The org's 13th honoree admitted he felt "great and embarrassed"…
Joan Hickson, an actress best known for her television portrayal of the shrewd detective Miss Marple, died Saturday in London. She was 92. Hickson’s acting career began in 1927, but her biggest break…
Adrian Spies, an award-winning television writer for shows such as “Climax,” “Dr. Kildare” and “Star Trek,” died during heart surgery on Oct. 2 in Los Angeles. He was 78. Spies was a reporter and…
Frank Yankovic, the Grammy-winning “polka king,” died Wednesday at his home in New Port Richey, a Gulf Coast town north of Tampa, Fla. He was 83. He suffered a fall recently and was briefly…
Mark Zarate, creative director and co-founder of the visual effects house Ring of Fire, died Sept. 18 at Midway Medical Center in Los Angeles due to post-operative complications following…
A certain level of cultural dissonance occurred at the after-party for "Happiness" simply by having Hugh Hefner and his lithesome entourage seated in the booth next to director Todd Solondz.
The sound of bagpipes floated through Beverly Hills on Thursday night as BAFTA-LA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts -- Los Angeles) honored John Travolta with its eighth annual Britannia…
More than 30 past and present Disney Legend Award winners came together Friday on the Walt Disney Studios lot to help kick off a weekendlong global celebration of the company's 75th birthday.