It was an easy win for the sidekicks who took the spotlight after playing supporting roles in two previous “Despicable Me” movies.
Some of the biggest names in Hollywood were present for the Women in Film’s Crystal + Lucy Awards.
Writer/Director Emily Ting describes her new film premiering at LA Film Fest this year.
Some are already giving a thumbs-down to a new movie about life in East Los Angeles over concerns the film, which is still in production, perpetuates stereotypes.
In recent years, Hollywood has financed and developed more and more films that draw attention to the effects of humans on planet earth.
The Hollywood blockbuster “Insurgent” is receiving some backlash from Metrolink which claims the film and others like it glamorize the dangers of moving trains.
“This movie portrays S&M like a mental illness,” says Tara Indiana, a dominatrix.
Shemar Moore of CBS’ “Criminal Minds” was named best actor in a drama series.
A pair of celebrity personalities are under fire after making controversial remarks over the film “American Sniper” over Twitter.
“You could see the funnel coming out of the sky and then you saw the rotation in the water and it turned into white water and it was just amazing,” said Nina Tinney.
Director and writer Dan Gilroy stopped by KCAL9 Friday to talk about the new film “Nightcrawler”.
Pena, who first rose to prominence in movies like “La Bamba,” most recently starred on the sitcom “Modern Family” playing Sofia Vergara’s mother.
In addition to her aforementioned movie and TV credits, Pena was also known for roles in TV’s “LA Law.” and movies “Lone Star,” “Free Willy 2,” “Blue Steel” and “Rush Hour.”
Misty Upham, 32, has not been seen for a week.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a $330 million deal to boost funding for California film and television tax credit program over the next five years.