Though nightmares in Westwood usually revolve around parking, this wasn't the case Monday when DreamWorks screened "In Dreams" at the National.
There wasn't a dry eye in the house after the special screening of October Films' "Hilary and Jackie," Wednesday at the Laemmle's Music Hall in BevHills.
Touchstone Pictures and Par preemed “A Civil Action” on Tuesday in the state that spawned the lawsuit, Massachussets. The Boston premiere benefited the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and…
School was in session Thursday as Paramount hosted the world preem of "Varsity Blues."
John D’Arc, who began his career as a singer in the 1940s and later essayed numerous roles on the stage, died Sunday of a heart attack while rehearsing for a show at the Riverside Community Players…
Phil Berle, a showbiz agent and brother of comedian Milton Berle, died Saturday in Tampa, Fla. He was 97. A Jan. 12 tribute is planned at the Friars Club in Beverly Hills. Milton Berle, 90, plans to…
R. Brendan Hanlon, an actor and accountant who appeared in several films and wrote a tax guide for those in show business, died Saturday of cardiac arrest at his home in Marshfield, Mass. He was 62…
Margaret Rozsa, widow of Academy Award-winning composer Miklos Rozsa, died Mondayin Los Angeles from a stroke suffered Dec. 29. She was 89. Born Margaret Finlason in Liverpool, she came to the U.S…
Move over Teletubbies, here come the Telechubbies! Or, to be precise, "TeleChobis," as Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca has named its new kiddie strip.
What better way to make sure the film based on your book is adapted the way you want, than by directing it yourself?