Film / Television
In 1989, Ephron's "When Harry Met Sally" knocked pop culture on its Connick, providing 96 minutes of quotable genius for the next 20 years and counting.
Nora Ephron, the acclaimed writer behind "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle" was 71.
How much would you pay for a movie ticket? The sold out IMAX midnight screenings of The Dark Knight Rises are sending fans to scalpers for ridiculous prices.
RH Greene turned his Off-Ramp documentary about 1950s TV sensation "Vampira" (Maila Nurmi) into a film that's nominated for best documentary in the LA Film Festival.
I'd never seen "Goodfellas." But I was one of the hundreds who had the chance to hear him speak at a screening of the film.
The science of success gets sexy with symbols in a study published by the New Journal of Physics that claims to have the answer to Hollywood's biggest question.
The news of a Lindsay Lohan related 911 call prompted what is perhaps society's least sensitive display of concern, a Twitter death watch and its many variations.
If you were a horror movie fan in Los Angeles in the 1950’s, you were glued to the TV every Saturday night to watch Vampira.
KPCC’s Adolfo Guzman Lopez with Bernardo Ruiz, director of "Reportero," a documentary at the LA Film Festival that at a Tijuana journo who risks his life to report on crime
Aubrey Plaza of NBC's "Parks and Rec" joins the show to discuss her upcoming film and the shock of sudden stardom.
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Andy Klein, Claudia Puig and Charles Solomon to discuss this week’s new films.
Dawson was well-known for kissing thousands of female contestants as host of the game show. He was 79.
Joosten, who had battled lung cancer for 11 years, died Saturday at her home in Los Angeles, her publicist Nadine Jolson said.
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell, Wade Major and Charles Solomon to discuss this week’s new films.
Why pay the same lousy twelve bucks to watch rotten-tomato “The Raven” as you would for big-screen blockbuster "The Avengers"?
Watch comedian/author/"This American Life" personality Mike Birbiglia get to know "Fresh Air" host Terry Gross in this hilarious new short.