Family values feted


HOLLYWOOD — And, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 … GLITCH! Yes, the second annual Family Television Awards was a bit dysfunctional … technically. But Dick Clark, host Reba McEntire and their team managed to pull…


L.A. gets whiff of 'Grace'


“At the mere thought of Brenda Blethyn and naughtiness … I was hooked,” Nigel Cole, helmer of the Brit comedy “Saving Grace,” said Tuesday at the pic's Egyptian Theater preem. “The film is about…

N.Y. spin on 'Butter'


NEW YORK — Spike Lee graced the Gotham opening of “Spinning Into Butter” at Lincoln Center Theater's Mitzi Newhouse, where his reaction to Rebecca Gilman's play about racism on a college campus was…

The 'Eyes' have it all


Lions Gate opened “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” last week, preaching to the fans of Tammy Faye Bakker Messner and trying to reach those who revile her. At the docu's preem at the Sunset 5 on Tuesday…

What kicks beneath


HOLLYWOOD — They're showing their bumps for the Klumps and flaunting what lies beneath. Hollywood is about to have a population explosion, if the guests at recent premieres are any indication. Times…

A visit from 'Klumps'


It was hard to tell what impressed guests most at Monday's "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps" preem: the mesmerizing job Eddie Murphy did in multiple roles, or how the film ever slipped by with a PG-13.

'Thomas' out on toot


"Thomas and the Magic Railroad" chugged into the Century Plaza Theater for its premiere screening Saturday morning. Tikes outnumbered adults for Destination's "Thomas" and the railroad themed…

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