Film / Television
"The Hunger Games" slaughtered at the box office this weekend, setting new records for film openings in March and for movies that aren't sequels.
Turner Classic Movies is sponsoring one-day screenings to mark the romantic drama’s anniversary. More than a dozen Southland theaters are participating.
1n 1979, Orson Welles ordered the "Rich and Famous" contract for Kermit and company. 33 years later, the Muppets received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Lions Gate hopes its movie will be the next big box-office franchise, but some say the movie's narrative is too dark.
Jurors sitting in Nicollette Sheridan's wrongful termination trial against Marc Cherry told the judge they were "having difficulty reaching a verdict" on Wednesday.
As someone who got "The Walking Dead" spoiled this week (thanks a lot, Internet), I appreciate this effort by cult TV icons to lay down the rules for spoilers.
Bad news for all you aspiring Hollywood screenwriters out there: It apparently doesn't matter how powerful you are. The latest failed auteur? President Obama.
Star Wars artist Ralph McQuarrie, who created many of the original movie characters, has died. McQuarrie was responsible for bringing the Star Wars trilogy to life.
Star Wars fans are known to be a bit obsessive, going to elaborate lengths in service to their fandom. Well, there's a celebrity to add to their ranks: Topher Grace.
Wim Wenders' tribute to the late choreographer Pina Bausch has been described as the best use of 3D technology in film to date, and it's easy to see why.
"Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry went to court Monday, defending himself against allegations he smacked an actress on his show on the back of the head.
KPCC film critics Wade Major and Peter Rainer join Larry to review the week’s new film releases.
Just when you thought awards season was over, the Saturn Awards have beamed up their nominations for the year's best sci-fi, fantasy and horror films.
During the week leading up to the 84th annual Academy Awards (which appear to have been watched by more people than last year’s telecast), the Hollywood community made a concerted effort to keep things as environmentally friendly as possible.
Writer and comedian Teresa Strasser joins the show with a sassy recap of this year's Oscars. She takes us through the evening's highlights.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is not unhappy with but unable to prevent plans to auction off 15 Oscar statuettes.