The confident air of those who know they've made a quality film hung in the air Wednesday as the makers of Miramax's "The Mighty" celebrated outdoors near Century City's Cineplex Odeon theater. The…
Television legend Aaron Spelling was honored by his alma mater, Southern Methodist U., at the BevHilton Thursday night and presented with its 1998 "distinguished alumni award," the highest honor…
The biggest film of all time is about to get bigger with the launch of "Titanic: The Official Movie Tour," a theme park- style movable event based on James Cameron's blockbuster.
Guests got a glimpse of haute couture's future at GEN ART's Los Angeles Fresh Faces in Fashion '98 (FFIF) show Monday night at Quixote Studios.
A producing credit on "Rounders," then rave reviews as director of "Monument Avenue." Were Ted Demme asked where he's going now, he'd have every reason to say Disneyland. Instead, though, the…
For many people, memory lane is a potholed road. Even Jeanne Moreau, who has logged a fascinating half-century as an actress, doesn't much like to make the trip.
The Butabi brothers -- aka Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan -- finally scored some hotties when Paramount Pictures premiered its "A Night at the Roxbury" Thursday night at the Gotham Theater.
British Sky Broadcasting threw a $1 million gigabash to celebrate the launch of its U.K. digital satellite service Thursday.
Bill Kalmenson does not give up easily. When his movie "The Souler Opposite" found distribution overseas but not in the U.S., the stand-up comic got serious.
The audience's first laugh at Monday's premiere of Polygram Films' "What Dreams May Come" didn't come from on-screen dialogue. It came live from Cuba Gooding Jr. entering the Motion Picture Academy's…