The premise itself sounds like the beginning of a barroom joke: "A hundred comedians walk into in a room, and then ..."
Killing off — and in this case, literally killing off — a profitable film series is not necessarily a celebratory occasion. There might be joy when the “Ernest Goes to …” series expires, but Thursday…
A smattering of gold dust from DreamWorks animated adventure, “The Road to El Dorado,” made its way from the screen to the commissary of the DreamWorks Animation Studio in suburban Glendale on…
LAS VEGAS — Following a performance that could be called, er, the cat’s meow, magicians Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn celebrated the completion of their first decade as headliners of…
NEW YORK — Liza Minnelli got her due on Monday night, as the Drama League honored her at its 16th annual gala dinner at the Pierre. The program featured songs from honorary chairs John Kander and…
A case could be made that there's more passion for the parties at Sundance than the films. In the words of Brad Krevoy: "You don't see anyone rioting to get into the movies."
It was bubble bath time on both coasts Monday night, as sudser stars turned out for the celebratory launch of the new 24-hour cabler SoapNet at L.A. and Gotham's Museum of Television and Radio.
AmFar's Sheila Charton said the AIDS org had decided "Sundance is a contender" and thus important to "have a presence among the parties" at the film festival.
The Friday arrival of the biggest name ever to attend a Golden Globe party rendered the rest of the weekend’s guest list a bit anti-climactic. Prexy Bill Clinton dropped by Phoenix Pictures’ annual…
LAS VEGAS — “Notre Dame de Paris,” an eclectic legit musical composed of one part each opera, rock ‘n’ roll concert and circus, eschewed the traditional venue of New York and made its U.S. bow in a…
Kudos were flying during Wednesday night’s Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. awards dinner, but that love-hate relationship between pic critics and thesps was still very much alive. “The moment I left…