Since 1997, Daily Variety has kept a tally of the year's entertainment awards -- everything from the Oscars to the Moxies, from the Golden Frogs to the Silver Sewers. Happily, the millennium ended on…
Seems former Manhattan family court Judge Judith Sheindlin owes much of her success to holding a grudge for a long time.
Confederate soldiers and carpetbaggers invaded UNESCO headquarters on Dec. 15, during an anniversary showing of "Gone With the Wind," 60 years to the day after its Atlanta premiere. The event honored…
Judi Dench received the U.K. Entertainment Personality of the Year Award at a reception at London's One Aldwych Hotel on Dec. 15.
Maybe it's perfectly fitting in a business that frequently defies explanation, but the last major premiere of the millennium was for a biopic centered on a personality none of the filmmakers could…
If no less an authority than Daily Variety’s Army Archerd says Wednesday’s “Anna and the King” launch was “the biggest premiere I’ve ever seen in Hollywood,” who’s to argue? It certainly had the most…
If there was an award for the most testosterone at a movie premiere, Thursday’s launch of “Any Given Sunday” would be the front-runner. Oliver Stone’s kinetically told tale of the NFL drew enough…
Just after exiting Tuesday's preem of "The Hurricane," Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was asked what he took away from the experience of seeing his life story told Hollywood-style. "Hopefully, some money,"…
Turning Shakespeare's least known and most violent play, "Titus Andronicus," into a movie would be daunting for any director, especially for a tyro filmmaker like Julie Taymor.
Just in time for Christmas, Touchstone Pictures preemed a movie with a moral Monday night at the El Capitan.
At Sunday's preem of "The Talented Mr. Ripley," one British veteran of both glamour and fame said Anthony Minghella's tale of golden preppies in 1950s la dolce vita Italy reminded her of "Tony…