Film / Television
KOCE-TV takes over as the Los Angeles-area’s main PBS station Jan. 1. The Orange County public television station unveiled its new PBS lineup Thursday.
"The filmmaker was regarded as a modern master of contemporary film comedy via such movies as The Pink Panther series and 10," Variety writes. His wife, Julie Andrews, was with him at his death.
The British monarchy tale "The King's Speech" led Golden Globe contenders Tuesday with seven nominations, including best drama and acting honors for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush.
The Screen Actors Guild is investigating the possible theft of up to $250,000 in unclaimed residual payments.
“The Chronicles of Narnia” topped the weekend box office, but the franchise sank compared to the first two movies in the series.
The Facebook drama "The Social Network" was picked as the year's best picture Sunday by the influential Los Angeles Film Critics Association.
Performers in two overseas crime dramas have won supporting-actor honors from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.
Film students can begin to submit their work to the Motion Picture Academy for consideration in this year’s Student Academy Awards. Some past winners have gone on to greater accomplishments.
What’s a good holiday weekend without a big dose of fantasy and fairy tales? A wizard and a princess ruled the box office with the latest Harry Potter movie and new Disney film "Tangled."
Hundreds in the Hollywood community paid their respects in Culver City Sunday at the funeral for famed veteran publicist Ronni Chasen. The 64 year-old movie industry stalwart was shot to death last Tuesday in Beverly Hills. Police have reported no motives or suspects so far.
John Slattery, of the hit TV show "Mad Men," has big plans to make a short film based on a story heard on "This American Life" called "Squirrel Cop."
If you love Looney Tunes, it’s your lucky day. An event on Wednesday night in Hollywood features some rarely seen classic cartoons.
A story of labor peace appears to be coming out of Hollywood. Actors unions and studios were at the bargaining table this weekend and emerged with a tentative new contract agreement.
Three new movies in three different genres topped the box office this weekend. The revenue added up to an early holiday present for studios.
Scary stuff wins out at the box office this Halloween weekend.
Hollywood knows that what works well once at the box office will probably work well again. Sequels to two top-grossing films are in the works.