As he stood in the lobby observing the almost completely white audience enter the Granada Theater for the Santa Barbara Film Festival's tribute to Whoopi Goldberg, Bruce Vilanch made the droll…
Buzz Aldrin couldn't quite find the right words to describe Touchstone's "Mission to Mars."
Despite the rain, 15th edition of the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival opened last weekend with record crowds. One of the highlights was Lili Tomlin's presentation of a lifetime achievement award to…
One of the most fun events at ShoWest wasn't the gum-removal exhibit on the trade show floor, but Fox Searchlight's cocktail soiree at the Paris Hotel's Champagne Ballroom on Tuesday evening.
Curiously, most of Thursday night’s Producers Guild of America winners — including top dogs Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks of “American Beauty” — didn’t wear their Golden Laurels with ease. “We’re just a…
After 20 years of soliciting money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, host Tony Thomas was heartened by the fact that "someday, my children will be asking your children for money, too."
The setting looked more South Beach than Westwood garage and the mood was festive as an eclectic crowd partied well past midnight at Wednesday's post-preem fete for HBO's "If These Walls Could Talk…
The very best thing about the preem and party for Paramount's "The Next Best Thing" was easily mother Madonna and her unflappable co-star Rupert Everett alongside the likes of "Satanic Verses" scribe…
With or without Bette, the party must go on. That was the motto Monday night in Westwood at the world preem of Destination Films' "Drowning Mona."
A mature industry crowd turned out Tuesday night to pay tribute to the exec producing team of Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, best known as the co-creators of ABC's late, great "Thirtysomething."…
In introductory remarks at the world premiere of his “What Planet Are You From?” on Thursday night, Mike Nichols told a funny story about attending a film premiere 32 years ago, the punchline of…