Hundreds of children showed up Saturday morning at the Mann Village Theater in Westwood to watch perfs by Dream Street, Youngstown, Nobody's Angel and Alysha and for Warner Bros.' premiere of…
Some of the broadest jokes and funniest broads in New York theater popped up Monday at vintage gossipfest "The Women," a benefit for the Actors' Fund of America's Phyllis Newman Women's Health…
Baked beans by Billy Crudup and mint juleps mixed by Patricia Clarkson were highlights of the Drama Dept.'s company picnic at the West Village's Greenwich House on Monday. Bowing to Manhattan's sauna…
For comic Mitch Hedberg, recognition from his peers was second to the primary benefit of where he was.
Hollywood's penchant for historic monuments as movie sets was in evidence Wednesday as Twentieth Century Fox's "X-Men" premiere illuminated Ellis Island with music and fireworks.
Universal Pictures offered its international distributors a crash course in "Grinch" on Thursday, transforming the studio's Stage 43 into a veritable Whoville so that some 400-plus overseas…
Tower Records customers on Sunset Boulevard, with paws firmly gripping VHS and DVD copies of "My Dog Skip," queued to get autographs but no doggie bags from the film's stars Frankie Muniz, animal…
It's not an easy task to get a group of television critics to boogie down. But, jazz legend Arturo Sandoval had them forming conga lines on Sunday during the Television Critics Assn. Tour at HBO's…
How do you draw people to the preem of a homoerotic stalker comedy like "Chuck and Buck?" If you're Artisan Entertainment, you just make them feel like they're kids again, of course.
Unlike Rick in "Casablanca," no one here at the Karlovy Vary film fest was misinformed about the waters of the centuries-old spa town.
Fine Line brought Canuck helmer Jeremy Podeswa's "The Five Senses" south of the border for Gothamites Monday night preem that bowed the Tribeca Grand Hotel screening room.