Though the medieval setting of "A Knight's Tale" could easily be seen as a metaphor for Hollywood -- power-hungry lords, obsequious vassals -- at Tuesday's Village Theater preem…
Why are the Lucille Lortel Awards more fun than the Tonys? Because they do things there that they just don't on Broadway.
A Windy City school breezed into Hollywood last week and landed on the CBS lot Friday. CBS Studios' Bungalow 25 now is the home of Columbia College Chicago film school's Semester in L.A. program…
Festgoers were singing in the Baz tub Wednesday night as "Moulin Rouge" kicked off the 54th fest with high kicks, hoopla and ooh-la-la.
Happy tears, not to mention many dancing feet, stained the red carpet May 2 as "42nd Street" returned to its rightful place on 42nd Street. Who could be so cynical as to recall that the musical was…
Talk Miramax Books and E! Entertainment Television held a book party to celebrate the release of gossipist A.J. Benza's "Fame: Ain't It a Bitch" Thursday at the Bel-Air home of Christine Peters.
"Survivor: The Australian Outback" contestants Amber Brikich, Nick Brown, Tina Wesson and Kimmi Kappenberg attended the series finale on Thursday at CBS Television City.
At Wednesday's after-party for the premiere of his new HBO series, "Six Feet Under," Oscar-winning screenwriter Alan Ball talked about death.
The "Madame Melville" opening on Thursday night at the Promenade Theatre was a family affair as mum Vanessa Redgrave flew in from London and sister Natasha Richardson walked a few blocks west from…
The Warners museum on the Burbank lot hosted the DVD release of "Superman: The Movie" on Tuesday.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's Media Awards were handed out Sunday at the Century Plaza Hotel.