At Thursday's preem of Showtime's "Varian's War" at the L.A. County Museum of Art, exec producer Edward Wessex (nee Prince Edward of England), left, said he sees his film company's work as…
For the third year in a row, Olatz and Julian Schnabel's West Village home in New York became the setting on April 17 for the now traditional party to present the San Sebastian Film Festival.
With the April 19 unspooling of "Captain Corelli's Mandolin," London was treated to its second major film premiere in as many weeks thanks to prolific local producing outfit Working Title.
Considering this was a baseball movie where no one was about to die (see "Pride of the Yankees" or "Bang the Drum Slowly" for that), go to jail ("Eight Men Out"), or go nuts ("Fear Strikes Out"), the…
With Julie Taymor and Susan Stroman at the helm of Broadway's current top grossers, "The Lion King" and "The Producers," respectively, the American Theatre Wing had reason to celebrate Broadway's…
For show-and-tell on Monday, Warner Bros. had a car-racing demonstration on a closed-off section of Hollywood Boulevard and then unspooled "Driven" at Mann's Chinese Theater.
The third annual “Bowling Ball” for Inner-City Games on Tuesday at New York’s Chelsea Piers.
The cast and friends of the Geffen Playhouse partied after the opening perf of "Looking for Normal" at Maple Drive restaurant on Thursday.
Paramount marks the end of seven seasons of “Star Trek: Voyager” series at the W hotel in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
There's definitely a connection between Showtime's "Queer as Folk" and "Armistead Maupin's Further Tales of the City."