Robert Rodriguez was part of the panel during the Austin Film Festival 2013(director of Desperados, El Mariachi, From Dusk Till Dawn, Sin City, Spy Kids, and Machete Robert Rodriguez and Roberto Orci discussed about The Network “El Rey”
OneFilAm Film Festival and fundraising event is in support of the victims of the Typoon in the Philippines Nov. 16 from 9am-9pm Located at Barnsdall Gallery Theater at 4800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Legendary comedian and impersonator Rich Little will do two performances of his popular one-man-show, Laugh A Little at the Canyon Club on Friday, Nov. 29 and at The Saban Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, both in Southern California.
The documentary “Bridegroom” is a touching, tragic love story about a beautiful young gay couple - Shane Bitney Crone, originally from a small, conservative town in Montana, and his partner, Tom Bridegroom, from equally conservative Indiana
Magician Collins Key, Top 5 finalist of this year's America's Got Talent, is currently touring through the US with season winner/dance-act Kenichi Ebina and other fan-favorites. While in his hometown L.A., the 17-year-old sat down for a chat.
Two Jacks includes an all-star cast headlined by Danny Huston and Sienna Miller. Produced by Rough Diamond Productions, this feature is a fast-paced, glamorous and romantic vision of Tinseltown – old Hollywood glamor meets modern day La La land.
Julia Verdin is an L.A. based British producer and former actress who has a long list of feature film credits. Her most recent project, Two Jacks, stars Danny Huston, Sienna Miller,Jack Huston and Jaqueline Bisset, Izabella Miko and Billy Zane.
Had an amazing time at Jamie Foxx home supporting Robi Reeds charity, Glad to hear about 50 Cents new show Dream School and Eminems daughter Hailie being crowned homecoming queen proved she is on a path of her own to greatness just like her father.
he fires are sure to be hot at the Show Biz Roast when Frank Marino, Star of Divas at the Quad is the roastee on Friday evening, October 4 at the Stratosphere. This the the third in a series of Show Biz Roasts.
In Part 1, Gregg Oppenheimer talked about his life growing up with the man who created “I Love Lucy,” the genesis of his own play, “I Love Lucy: The Untold Story,” and his varied experiences including working on “The Debbie Reynolds Show