Paramount Classics' film "You Can Count on Me" has been counting up more than just a few kudos since it first broke out with the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance film fest, so Gothamites can be…
Carl Brashear, whose life story forms the basis for "Men of Honor," got a laugh during the pre-screening remarks at Wednesday's Academy preem when he recalled his family's poverty-stricken life as…
Charles Busch announced Thursday at the opening-night party for his new play "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" that he would not be following Linda Lavin into the title role of the manic Upper West…
Before "Little Nicky's " Thursday benefit preem at the Chinese Theater, New Line topper Bob Shaye praised Adam Sandler for being a mensch and "doing a great job without whining." Then marketing…
While shooting a film Stanley Kubrick had worked on for 18 years and with the late director's widow Christiane in attendance, Steven Spielberg accepted BAFTA/L.A.'s Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award…
Homer would have been very happy... and full.
DreamWorks preemed its golf pic "The Legend of Bagger Vance" Sunday night at Gotham's Sony Lincoln Square Theater.
What happens when the biggest name on the guest list -- in this case, the president of the United States -- doesn't appear at a major black-tie fundraiser? The show goes on without him.
Hogging all the media attention at the Oct. 26 Broadway premiere of "The Full Monty" -- about six naked guys with ordinary bodies -- was Richard Hatch of "Survivor," who gained fame as a naked guy…
It's a good thing yoga teaches flexibility because adapting to a difficult situation was the key virtue at Thursday's Gaim Yoga for Life fundraiser at Tara and Peter Guber's Bel-Air home.
They say the pen is mightier than the sword. Fox Searchlight's "Quills," a tale about the Marquis de Sade that closed out the AFI Fest 2000 with a screening and bash Thursday at the Egyptian Theater…
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