Peter Bogdanovich didn’t arrive in Hollywood until 1964, the end of the golden age of Hollywood cinema. It was an era that produced legendary films from Gone With the Wind to Casablanca and Citizen Kane. But the end of an era didn’t stop Bogdanovich from building relationships with his favorite filmmakers, such as Orson Welles, John Ford and Alfred Hitchcock. Continue reading
New meet-and-greet character experiences are coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this spring. Do you want to take a selfie with a snowman? Olaf, the summer-loving frozen comic relief from “Frozen,” will set up shop in the new Celebrity Spotlight in the Echo Lake area of the theme park. Continue reading
Joe Manganiello attempts to teach Paul Reubens how to break the rules.
Pee-wee is back and he’s ready for a new, big adventure. Continue reading
Following its successful launch as a TV movie in January.
VH1 is moving full steam ahead with The Breaks.
The Viacom-owned cable network has picked up the hip-hop drama to series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Bollywood’s reputation as the biggest movie industry in the world precedes it, and obviously it has a lot to do with the huge audience India has. Hollywood has certainly realised the huge opportunities India offers, and has been banking on it for a while now, even premiering big-budget movies in the country ahead of their release in the US. Continue reading
Hours after making their television debut at the 2016 Grammy Awards, the Hollywood Vampires have announced their first U.S. concert of the year — in Upstate New York. Continue reading