Though proms and pep rallies may be fond memories for most actors, Drew Barrymore is probably glad to have moved on.
Showbiz community joined the Feminist Majority speaking out against the oppression of women in Afghanistan during a two-hour show last Monday at the Directors Guild.
James Gandolfini, currently the most popular gangster in America for his portrayal of Tony Soprano, told a crowd of 600 gathered at L.A.'s Writers Guild of America Theater that he didn't initially…
To Steve Martin, "The Out-of-Towners" is a "situational comedy. The dialogue sort of dances along and brightens it up." To Goldie Hawn, "it's a good-hearted movie with big characters in big…
As a head-turning status symbol, it's hard to beat being trailed by a five-person film crew from "60 Minutes."
Some 800 guests packed the Cineplex Odeon Showcase on La Brea Monday night for the SRO Los Angeles premiere of Robert Altman's "Cookie's Fortune."
The Cuba Gooding Jr. starrer "A Murder of Crows" had its worldwide theatrical preem at the Newport Beach Intl. Film Festival on Friday as one of the fest's Gala Events.
A few days after a noted English playwright did so well at the Oscars, Annette Bening was hoping a Norwegian dramatist would wow them in Westwood.
Sometimes reality shows, in Brazil at least, just get a little too real.
There was much joy at Wednesday's "The Matrix" preem (Warner Bros. knows it has something cutting-edge), and no one was happier than producer Joel Silver, who called the pic "the first movie of the…
Is there a better night on the town than post Oscars? There's a certain ecstasy to being in the glitzy flow exiting the Dorothy Chandler and into the Governors Ball.