Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
After a long summer of being closed for renovations, the TCL Chinese Theatre – previously known as Grauman’s — will reopen this month.
In a city that is constantly updating itself, it can become difficult to find reminders of classic Hollywood history. If your tastes run to the silent or black-and-white Hollywood days, you’ll want to visit these LA landmarks.
Planning a trip to Hollywood? Then make sure to visit the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, one of the most legendary theater’s in all of Hollywood history.
He may have been famous for walking on the moon, but the death of astronaut Neil Armstrong Saturday hit close to home in Southern California.
Christopher Nolan, the man behind the successful Batman trilogy, was honored at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday.
“Uggie,” the Jack Russell terrier who captivated audiences in the 2011 best-picture Oscar winner “The Artist,” became the first dog to sink his feet into wet cement in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre Monday.
A musical, a horror film and what critics once considered a huge flop highlight this year’s Turner Classic Film Festival in Hollywood.
Michael Jackson’s children will cement his legacy in entertainment history Thursday morning. Jackson’s children will sink his shoes, as well as one of his famous sequined gloves, into cement outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
Nickelodeon star SpongeBob SquarePants absorbed quite a few blows from a couple of women Wednesday outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Police were unable to control an unruly crowd of roughly 2,000 people in Hollywood Wednesday night, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Karen Rayner said.
Jennifer Aniston’s hand and footprints will soon adorn the forecourt of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
Helen Mirren is still making an impression in Hollywood.