"Skeleton Key" is in theaters, Tony Bennett swings lightly, Jeremy Irons plays King Arthur in 'Camelot,' celebrate bean curd at the L.A. Tofu Festival, see "Giant" with Jane Withers and Earl Holliman…
The soon-to-launch Asian Film Academy, the Pusan festival's seasonal school for wannabe filmmakers, has already been declared a hit.
There's a new pope at Television City. Citing personal reasons, Ian Holm has been released from his commitment to play the title role in the CBS mini "John Paul II." His replacement is Jon Voight.
August doesn't seem like a good time to think about Barolos and Barbarescos. They're regal, dark and brooding: great for the long-braised meat dishes of northwest Italy, unappealing in the current…
Sacha Baron Cohen, John C. Reilly, Michael Clarke Duncan and Gary Cole are joining Will Ferrell in Sony's untitled NASCAR comedy, directed by Adam McKay.
Shelved when Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor of California, Warner Bros.-based producer Jerry Weintraub's remake of "Westworld" is now a go, with "The Cell" director Tarsem set to helm.
Camp Planet Hope, founded 14 years ago by Kelly and Sharon Stone, gives needy families four days of free makeovers;clothes; medical, dental and vision care; and self-esteem-building workshops in the…
"Water is very soothing," says Amanda Scheer Demme of the Tropicana Bar at the Hotel Roosevelt. "Outside and poolside combines for a really great environment for socializing. It feels like a vacation…
For any creative who's dealt with earthly distractions, the perfect work space is a perpetual object of desire. The ideal is an isolated spot that's as silent as a tomb, but with better lighting…
CBS is launching quarterly glossy Watch!, which will feature previews and behind-the-scenes coverage of its shows, exclusive interviews with its stars and features from CBS News.