Film / Television
One of the biggest names in Olympic swimming, Ryan Lochte, is relocating to Los Angeles for a film deal from Will Ferrell and a TV development deal.
Dad was 26 years old when he costarred with Marilyn in Bus Stop, 20th Century Fox's screen adaptation of William Inge's classic play, directed by Joshua Logan.
This Sunday marks the 50 year anniversary of the death of Norma Jeane Mortenson, more commonly known as Marilyn Monroe.
Ontiveros, who died yesterday, was as respected for her film and television work as she was for her outspokenness on the limited roles offered to Latino actors. She once counted having played a maid more than 150 times.
Burns’s latest documentary on the American Dust Bowl will air in November on PBS. He stopped by to talk with Patt about his newest project.
After Friday morning’s fatal shooting during the premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises” in Colorado, Warner Brothers has stopped running a trailer depicting a fictional movie theater massacre.
The Dark Knight Rises will be released Friday, and fans are clamoring for every detail about Christopher Nolan’s third Batman film. So much so that a critic who panned the movie has received death threats, even though the review was a fake.
The former SoCal ranch of the late King of the Cowboys, Roy Rogers, has been sold to the highest bidder for $645,000.
In between the hostile commentary on bikers, homosexuals, rabbis, missing kids, dead soldiers and the media, Phelps found time to protest Sage's "adulterous" father.
3D Samurai! Takashi Miike's newest movie, "Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai," a remake of the Kobayashi classic, starts July 20 at the Downtown Independent.
Zanuck, along with Steven Spielberg, the young director he championed, ushered in the era of summer blockbusters.
Money problems could scrap plans for a popular local Latino film festival, set for next month at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
Borgnine, the beefy screen star known for blustery, often villainous roles, but who won the best-actor Oscar for playing a lovesick butcher in "Marty," died Sunday.
KPCC kicked off its inaugural FilmWeek Critics Club event last Friday, with a special screening of "Wings."
This independent festival begins Friday and runs until July 13. Closing night features a screening of "Night of the Living Dead" -- with an interactive, technological twist.