Urban music heralded its ladies of song at the fourth annual Soul Train Lady of Soul awards Sept. 3.
Heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio as the unsavory lead in "American Psycho" might have seemed an unlikely casting choice, but it hardly compares for audacity with another bit of casting that didn't pan…
Far from Hollywood and its prowling paparazzi, journalists covering strife in the real world encounter dangers that the evening news can only hint at. Sometimes, they don't come home alive.
President Clinton's recent travails have many armchair pundits ruminating on the subject of forgiveness, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the fledgling syndie strip "Forgive or Forget."
As a part of the Preston Sturges retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Writers Guild and the Writers Guild Foundation honored the filmmaking skills of the legendary comedic…
Maybe it should be called "Speed 3," the story of a wild Gotham bus tour guide named Timothy (Speed) Levitch.
It's one of Vince Vaughn's worst nightmares: being waylaid on the set of his latest movie, the remake of "Psycho," by a motormouthed young 16mm filmmaker pleading with the actor to drop everything…
Sigmund Miller, a playwright, screenwriter and author who was blacklisted in the 1950s, died Aug. 5 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City due to complications from pneumonia. He was 87. A…
Richard B. Weaver, a longtime Broadway press agent, died May 17 in New York following a lengthy illness. He was 88. Weaver, who entered the theater business as a press agent for the Theater Guild…
Theodore Apstein, a playwright, screenwriter and retired adjunct professor of playwrighting at UCLA, died July 26 after suffering a stroke. He was 80. Before coming to UCLA in 1965, Apstein taught…