"The dance between the day and night reality of life on L.A.'s downtown streets is like an intricate ballet," said Kokayi Ampah, location manager for "The Soloist."
With the first half of the year in film festivals behind us, it's hard not to notice the nearly complete lack of specialty film pickups by studios.
Despite what you may be reading, Elizabeth Taylor, though stunned and saddened by the death of her friend Michael Jackson, is not "screaming in her house," nor is her staff worried that she is in…
U..S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker indicated that he was not inclined to put a halt to Proposition 8 but instead said that the case should proceed promptly to trial. His statements came in a…
Another update: Al Franken will become a U.S. Senator after Norm Coleman conceded the race today. Minnesota's Governor Tim Pawlenty says that he will certify the results.
There's an old adage that the Internet boom was driven by "Star Trek" and porn. Just imagine the possibilities, then, from simultaneously delivering "Star Trek" with porn.
Remember last November, when newspapers were flying off racks and broadcast news ratings soared because of the election of Barack Obama? To quote those "Bruno" ads, that was so 2008. The media…
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that Al Franken was the victor in the protracted race for a Senate seat against Norm Coleman. The decision was not unexpected, and Coleman has hinted that he will…
President Obama addressed some 250 gay and lesbian activists from around the country at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House today, telling them that "by the time this administration is…
Notables showed for the first perfect night of summer outdoors in Central Park and the opening of "Twelfth Night," starring three of New York's favorite females -- Anne Hathaway, Audra McDonald and…