There was something about Monica that turned every head in the room when she arrived at Morton's a half-hour late for Vanity Fair's Oscar party.
HBO NYC's Colin Callender, attending Entertainment Weekly's fifth annual Oscar bash at Elaine's, captured the tone of this year's Oscars as a showdown between Hollywood's older generation exemplified…
Lou Pitt said it's "the real March Madness," and one studio prexy called it "the Bataan Death March with glitter." Welcome to Hollywood's Mardi Gras, the Academy Awards weekend.
After Monday's "True Crime" preem on the Warner Bros. lot, director-star Clint Eastwood stood in the Steven Ross theater's lobby and said he chose to play the lead character because "I like this…
Fame was both the topic (and the film's theme) when Universal threw a massive premiere Tuesday for "EDtv" at the studio's amphitheater followed by a party in a football field-size tent.
While at Spago Tuesday for a lunch hosted by New Yorker magazine editor David Remnick, George Stephanopoulos was asked if his book on his Clinton White House years, "All Too Human: A Political…
Don't be pompous around Paula Poundstone. The script at the United Friends of the Children fundraiser Thursday called for the comedienne to introduce Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan with a string…
Anjelica Huston gave up one of her own creations. Elizabeth Taylor donated two, one from Edith Head, the other from Nolan Miller. Cher even parted with her memorable Bob Mackie sheer lycra mesh…
Monday was prom night for United Artists' "The Rage: Carrie 2" when the studio preemed its teen horror pic at the Egyptian theater with an after-party at the Garden of Eden.
Rookies "Patch Adams," "Shakespeare in Love" and "The Thin Red Line," plus hearty holdovers "A Bug's Life" and "You've Got Mail," powered the foreign B.O. last week -- but some exhibs weren't happy.
Abraham Polonsky, whose work as a writer and director includes "Force of Evil," "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" and "Body and Soul," was honored Saturday at the L.A. County Museum with a lifetime…