| Dec 8, 2010
| 4:28 PM
Dear Mr. Rooney,
I have been a fan of your films for 50 years, from "Andy Hardy" and "Young Tom Edison" to "The Human Comedy" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." I believe that I have seen and own most of them, but I have always wanted to interest my...
| Dec 18, 2010
You couldn't avoid Ricky Gervais right now, even if you wanted to.
The English comedian has a new stand-up special premiering on HBO on Saturday, just weeks before the DVD release of the first season of "The Ricky Gervais Show," an animated incarnation...
| Dec 29, 2010
Lina Romay, whose role as a lead singer with Xavier Cugat's orchestra in the early 1940s led to a career in the movies and a stint decades later as a Spanish-language radio announcer for Hollywood Park, has died. She was 91.
Romay died Dec. 17 of natural...
| Feb 20, 2011
Walter Seltzer, a Hollywood press agent-turned-producer who started out at MGM in the 1930s and made an enduring mark on the industry in the 1980s as a tenacious fundraiser for the Motion Picture and Television Fund, has died. He was 96.
| Feb 15, 2011
| 3:59 PM
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Actor Mickey Rooney has been granted court protection from his stepson and his stepson's wife after alleged abuse.
According to court documents filed Monday, the couple is accused of draining Mr. Rooney financially, verbally abusing...
| Feb 15, 2011
| 2:18 PM
| Feb 17, 2011
| 4:06 AM
| Jul 12, 2011
| 5:22 PM
Breakfast at Tiffany's is a popular movie classic, but it is now coming under fire from Asian groups in Brooklyn who are asking people to boycott the movie.
Breakfast at Tiffany's is set to be shown on August 14th as part of a free film series in...
| Mar 3, 2011
| 6:32 AM
| Mar 5, 2011
| 9:56 PM
Actor Mickey Rooney told a Senate committee that he was the victim of elder abuse.
Rooney, at one time the biggest box-office names in the country, is now 90. He did not name his abuser, but he has a protection order against his stepson. He said he and...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 2:12 PM
The door at the back of a Wilmette movie house cracked open. A young girl poked her head in. She spotted a half dozen or so twentysomethings standing amid the seats of an otherwise empty theater and her eyes grew wide. “Wow! Hey! Team StarKid!&...
| Nov 2, 2011
| 2:07 PM
When an earthquake leaves shards of buildings with people trapped in the rubble, or when a blind or deaf person needs to be guided toward safety, dogs come to the rescue.
Please, cat fanciers, don't start the usual protest: Dogs are heroes. Not all...