All that cynicism is paying off. Satirist Harry Shearer, who plays unctuous TV reporters in both "Godzilla" and "The Truman Show" and hosts a weekly radio program on Santa Monica's KCRW-FM, will be…
"History is made at night" is the tagline for Whit Stillman's "The Last Day of Disco," so it was fitting that the May 27 Gotham premiere was a benefit for the New York Historical Society.
The critics had it wrong. Frank Sinatra the actor did care -- to the point of breaking down in tears on at least one occasion. He didn't insist on one take because he was distracted or lazy, as rumor…
Nick Broomfield's "Kurt and Courtney" will make its New York premiere May 29 at the first annual New York Intl. Documentary Festival.
Filmmaker Morris Engel cannot be blamed if he quotes the Mark Twain aphorism, "Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated," after consulting Harper Collins' "The Film Encyclopedia."
The William Morris Agency celebrated the upcoming television season May 18 with a party at Gotham's 21 Club.
Dust off your polyester pantsuits: The London stage version of "Saturday Night Fever" is headed on a bi-continental tour. Plans are also being laid for a Broadway rug-cutting by late 1999.
More than 700 scribes, artists and execs flocked to the BevHilton Hotel on Monday to honor Jewel, Jakob Dylan, Dave Matthews and Shawn Colvin, among others, for penning the most-performed pop songs…
Drummer Tommy Lee isn't likely to be hearing "You rock!" -- the often-repeated phrase heard during his infamous homevideo in which he has sex with wife Pamela Lee -- anytime soon.
The United Talent Agency celebrated the upcoming TV season Sunday with a party at Gotham's Match Uptown.