British acting icon Julie Christie has been mesmerizing filmgoers for decades -- from "Doctor Zhivago" to "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" and "Shampoo" -- but it doesn't mean she takes the tackling of a role…
Emmy-winning writer Chris Hayward, who created the Dudley Do-right of the Mounties character, died Nov. 20 in Beverly Hills after a long illness. He was 81.
The brouhaha over "Borat" continues. A Los Angeles judge said Thursday that he would consider a request by two U. of South Carolina fraternity brothers that a scene featuring them be cut from the…
Directing duo Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris are trading beauty pageants for sex ed. The "Little Miss Sunshine" team is in talks to helm the bigscreen adaptation of Tom Perrotta's upcoming tome…
Aboriginal-themed shows dominated the Australian Film Institute Awards, on Wednesday and Thursday, with Yolngu-language pic "Ten Canoes" and pubcaster SBS' skein "RAN" (Remote Area Nurse) topping the…
Phyllis Diller, who signs copies of her new DVD, "Goodnight, We Love You: The Life and Legend of Phyllis Diller," at Borders in Westwood Dec. 9, at 2 p.m.
Los Angeles Master Chorale is at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Public Enemy performs at the House of Blues, Jimmy Carter signs 'Peace,' Jackie Mason is the 'Ultimate Jew,' more
Some cover versions are just bad ideas. For every incisive reinterpretation like Sid Vicious' "My Way," there's an ill-considered embarrassment like Madonna's "American Pie" or Britney's "I Love Rock…
Fox hopes to impart "The Rules for Starting Over" with viewers, developing a half-hour laffer about a group of suddenly single thirtysomethings.