Traveling through the heart of Hollywood will get progressively more difficult this week as street and sidewalk closures begin in preparation for Sunday's Oscars ceremony.
The rock band Queen, immortalized in the Oscar- nominated film "Bohemian Rhapsody," will perform during Sunday's Academy Awards telecast, the band and the Motion Picture Academy announced Monday.
"Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" debuted as the top-grossing movie at the North American box office this weekend, taking in $35 million Friday through Sunday at theaters in the United States and Canada, according to industry estimates out Sunday.
Actor Kristoff St. John, who starred in the long-running soap opera "The Young and the Restless," was found dead over the weekend at his home in the Woodland Hills area.
M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" is the top performer at the North American box office for the second consecutive weekend, taking in $19 million Friday through Sunday at theaters in the United States and Canada, according to industry estimates out Sunday.
Glenn Close was solidly entrenched Monday as the front-runner for the best-actress Academy Award, thanks to her Screen Actors Guild win for her work in "The Wife," while Rami Malek and Christian Bale are set for an Oscar-night showdown for best actor.
"Green Book," the story of the bond that grows between a black musician and a white New York nightclub bouncer during a 1960s tour through the Deep South, has added Oscar momentum Monday, thanks to a trio of Golden Globe Award wins.
The 76th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony will take place at the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 6, 2019, as it has for more than 40 years. The Beverly Hills Police Department is deploying additional staff and security measures to ensure a safe and secure site, utilizing the latest technology and best practices for high profile events.
Warner Bros.' "Aquaman" debuted as the most popular film at the box office this holiday weekend, taking in an estimated $67.4 million Friday through Sunday at theaters in the United States and Canada, according to industry figures released Sunday.
Funeral services were pending Tuesday for Penny Marshall, who rose to fame portraying street-wise Laverne De Fazio in the 1970s sitcom "Laverne and Shirley" but later became a successful director by helming films such as "Big" and "A League of Their Own."