Peter Berg's "Very Bad Things," already a very hot item at this year's Toronto Film Festival, got a helping nudge up the thermostat Saturday morning when it arrived at the Plaza 2 cineplex on Bloor…
If you don't count the Emmys, this week's biggest Hollywood night was Tuesday's Multiple Sclerosis Society's Dinner of Champions fundraiser honoring Joe Roth at the Century Plaza. The annual affair…
Legit, television and film actor Jerome Dempsey, whose career spanned more than 40 years, died Aug. 27 in New York of natural causes. He was 69. Dempsey was featured in the original Broadway…
Rita Roland, a film editor who began her career in Europe prior to World War II, died of a stroke Aug. 17 in Los Angeles. She was 84. Survivors of the Nazi Holocaust, Roland and her husband moved to…
George Shdanoff, actor, director, writer and teacher, died Aug. 14 of natural causes at UCLA Medical Center. He was 92. Shdanoff was best known as an acting coach whose past students included Jack…
Jack Roberts, a retired Warner Bros. casting director and SAG business representative, died Aug. 21 of kidney complications at his home in Burbank. He was 76. Roberts, born and reared in Crawford…
Stan Seiden, longtime president of Nederlander Theaters West Coast operations, died Aug. 27 of Lou Gehrig’s disease at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 76. At the age of 17, Seiden began his…
Television celebrated its biggest annual night with the small screen's brightest stars on hand to congratulate each other on a job well done.
The Shooting Gallery's docu "Free Tibet," which chronicles the 1996 San Francisco Tibetan Freedom Concert, preemed Sept. 9 in Hollywood.
Primetime sudser "Melrose Place" celebrated its 200th episode Sept. 9 at L.A. eatery Alto Palato. The evening had a celebratory and jovial mood with cast members mingling comfortably with guests.