There was nothing quiet about Friday night's grand reopening of the Silent Movie Theater. Instead, guests loudly cheered the return of the only cinema in the U.S. dedicated to non-talkies.
With almost 5,000 guests in attendance, Sunday's opening of Fox Studios Australia was more an anybody-who's-anybody fete than a who's who of the film world.
Appropriately, for a film based on a Jane Austen novel, Monday's "Mansfield Park" preem after-party was held in a room with a social pedigree worthy of an Austen heroine.
Legendary manager/producer Bernie Brillstein ends his memoir, "Where Did I Go Right?" (Little, Brown) with: "These days it's good not to be king."
Away from the usual kudos haunts, Anne and Kirk Douglas, CAA topper Richard Lovett and others received awards from an unusual source: the Getty House Foundation for helping L.A. schools.
Voting via the Internet impacted two awards best car jam and parents just don't understand as the WB bowed its Radio Music Awards on Thursday at the Mandalay Bay Resort on the Las Vegas…
Hollywood treated itself to an early Halloween on Wednesday night as Warner Bros. premiered Dark Castle's "House on Haunted Hill" at Mann's Village Theater in Westwood. Cast members arrived in…
One insider's comment after Thursday's Acad preem of "The Insider" was that "here you have Hollywood doing a movie about censorship on network television and network television won't do the story."
Somewhat akin to being a prophet in one's own country is being a film festival director in the movie capital: The locals tend to yawn.
To say Mike Tyson vs. Orlin Norris might not be remembered as one of the century's great heavyweight fights is about as far into understatement as one can go.
Old-time show business stories were in abundance Tuesday at the preem of "Jolson: A Spectacular Musical" as the legit producing team of Paul Elliot, Laurie Mansfield and Greg Smith brought their…