The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which has been held off-camera since 1997, will make its TV debut Friday as a two-hour special on CBS.
This week, a pop icon crushed everyone’s dreams and “Episode VII” just got a lot more real.
During the final three weeks of Ferguson serving as host, popular friends of the show, including Jay Leno, will stop by.
Voting for the awards end Dec. 4, followed by the ceremony in January.
Ben Affleck, Robert Downey, Jr. and others are on tap to attend the live Nov. 14 event.
The 2014 “Hollywood Film Awards” show will be hosted by Queen Latifah and broadcast from the Hollywood Palladium.
“NCIS: New Orleans,” “Scorpion,” “Madam Secretary,” and “Stalker” have all been picked up for a full season.
Books form the basis of countless Hollywood films and you’ll have no shortage of big screen adaptations to choose from during this year’s Oscar season and throughout 2015.
This week, a major motion picture trailer leaks, a Hollywood favorite looks different, and a famed fashion designer dies.
Get ready for a British invasion on you late night line-up when “The Late Late Show with James Corden” debuts on CBS.
The awards ceremony has announced the 18 categories to be featured in its inaugural broadcast.
POP has found its first original scripted program in Eugene Levy’s “Schitt’s Creek.”
An aspiring comedian is focusing his humor at “modern” parenting, posing as the operator of a Los Feliz daycare center over Twitter.
This week, a pop star files a lawsuit, the Oscars are already on the road to success, and television is breaking new ground (sort of).