Those with long memories compare the teaming of Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in Once Upon A Time ... In Hollywood to Robert Redford and Paul Newman in the 1969 American Western Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
A lion’s roar of a seven-minute ovation welcomed Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood at the Cannes Film Festival last week. Other than Quentin’s powerful phantasmagoria, the festival appeared to be somewhat of a washout.
Days before the release of his latest action thriller, actor Keanu Reeves will sink his hands and feet into cement Tuesday in the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
The barman, who had served everyone from Gore Vidal to The Rolling Stones, was 67.
“All ages … remember what I’m telling you when you grow up and you’re a party host. Trust me, your guests will have the most fun,” advised our revered mother Calliope, whose name originates from the chief of all Greek muses in poetry and eloquence.
Determination, above all! Sonny Bono relocated with his wife Mary to Palm Springs, determined to open a restaurant. The idea was rejected by the city fathers, and he was bewildered and disappointed.
A little-known group of press critics from hither and yon in 1943 founded the Golden Globes, an event that brings together the high and mighty who hail from around the world to celebrate the never-ending allure of cinema. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association created this international event that rivals the Oscars ceremony for its fashion spectacle.
Carroll & Co., the iconic menswear retailer that has dressed Beverly Hills for 70 years, will close its doors in January, store owner John Carroll told the Courier.
Sir Richard Branson was honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce with a star on the Walk of Fame in the category of recording. His Virgin Music record label has recorded the Sex Pistols, the Rolling Stones, Janet Jackson, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel and others. He’s also famous for his Virgin Air, and other accomplishments. His wife Joan Templeman stood with him during the ceremony.
A Los Angeles federal judge heard arguments but made no immediate ruling Tuesday on Harvey Weinstein's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Ashley Judd, alleging that the disgraced producer tried to have the actress blackballed in Hollywood as retaliation for rejecting his sexual advances.