Film / Television
Of all the trench coats, in all the towns, in all the world, they had to promote mine. Humphrey Bogart's publicity rights co. is suing Burberry.
An adult film producer was found guilty of violating federal obscenity laws for selling movies that depict bestiality and extreme fetishes.
Larry Mantle is joined by KPCC film critics Claudia Puig, Henry Sheehan and Charles Solomon to discuss this week’s new films.
This week in New York City, hundreds of young ballet dancers are taking the stage at the Youth American Grand Prix — one of the world's most elite dance competitions. Director Bess Kargman talks with Madeleine Brand about the competitive world of youth ballet and her new dance documentary "First Position."
It is not happily ever after for Rich Ross, who announced that after two years at the Disney film studio, he will be stepping down as Chairman.
It wasn't until their final expedition that Greg and Shaun MacGillivray found the stars of their latest project: A polar bear and her two cubs.
Obtained by The Wrap, Eszterhas' letter quotes offensive statements allegedly made by the actor that Gibson denies in his reply letter, obtained by Deadline.
To celebrate its 85th birthday, Grauman’s Chinese Theater is turning back the clock, and the cash register, introducing “25 Cent Movie Mondays.”
After intense lobbying, the MPAA rating for controversial documentary "Bully" has been lowered from R to PG-13, but the change came with compromises.
Never heard of the movie it's a sequel to, "Twins"? Well, that might mean you're 24 years old or under, because it came out 24 years ago in December 1988.
"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.