The Sandra Bullock-George Clooney space drama “Gravity” rocketed to the top of the box office and into industry record books during its opening weekend.
Los Angeles has never had a shortage of movie-related events, and this summer, the film events in LA are really heating up. Check out these movie events definitely worth visiting this summer.
Take in the fresh Orange County air while being entertained with movie showings at dusk, arts, crafts and food.
J.J. Abrams calls getting assigned to direct the seventh live-action “Star Wars” film “as surreal as it is exciting.”
The highly-anticipated “Dark Knight Rises” opens at midnight and some fans have been lining up for days to get prime locations.
Hundreds of eager fans waited anxiously to see the highly-anticipated movie, “The Hunger Games” Thursday night.
The former Magic Johnson Theater in Baldwin Hills reopened with a whole new look Wednesday.
Hulu said Wednesday that it will offer hundreds of Miramax films to some of its subscribers and select films through its ad-supported service as part of a multiyear deal between the two companies.
Lindsay Lohan says she wants to be identified with great films in the future, not the personal problems that have stalled her career in recent years.
Listen up! We’re in the middle of awards season (or is this the beginning?) No matter, this is Oscars time…office pools guessing who will be nominated and who will win are starting to abound.
The blockbusters “Inception” and “Toy Story 3,” the Facebook drama “The Social Network,” the heist thriller “The Town” and the Western “True Grit” are among the American Film Institute’s top 10 movies of the year.
One of the biggest producers in adult films says that several actors are being isolated amid a potential HIV outbreak that threatens to bring down California’s multibillion-dollar porn industry