The former governor of California’s first starring role in a blockbuster movie since leaving Sacramento was a dud at the weekend box office.
Jessica Chastain easily out-muscled Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mark Wahlberg over the weekend, topping the box office with both her supernatural horror film “Mama” and the Oscar-nominated Osama bin Laden hunt thriller “Zero Dark Thirty.”
The critics agree “Zero Dark Thirty” — a film depicting the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden — is gritty and moving.
Nominations for the 85th Academy Awards were announced early Thursday morning with Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” leading the pack with 12 nods.
Actor Fred Willard has completed a diversion program for his arrest this summer for a suspected lewd act at a Hollywood adult theater.
Entertainment industry experts on Friday called for Sacramento to help stem runaway production and bring jobs back to Hollywood.
A walk with a man’s dog uncovered years of memories for a Michigan family.
Measure B, also known as the “Safer Sex in the Adult Film Industry Act,” passed with 56 percent of the vote, according to the California Secretary of State.
The film academy says it has raised $100 million toward the construction of its new museum and is revealing its design concept for the nonprofit facility.
A film can filled with early “Tonight Show” appearances featuring Johnny Carson has surfaced in Riverside.
Authorities are investigating the apparent drowning of a crew member who was working on a set for upcoming “The Lone Ranger” film.
A judge denied a request Thursday made on behalf of actress Cindy Lee Garcia to issue a restraining order forcing YouTube to remove an anti-Muslim film blamed for causing riots in the Middle East.
The Riverside County man, who served as a consultant to the anti-Islamic film that has sparked anti-American demonstrations in the Middle East, says he has received numerous death threats.
A Southern California filmmaker allegedly linked to a controversial Anti-Islamic film made a brief appearance overnight after being holed up inside his Cerritos home for more than three days.
The LAPD says there is no reason to believe the Southland is a terror target despite fallout from a low-budget movie that depicts Islamic prophet Muhammad in a negative light.