Moviegoer Melissa Holt took in a screening of the animated film "Minions" at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood on Friday with little worry about her safety.
A British vacationer on a French holiday may have visions of watching his favorite soccer team or the latest episode of “Game of Thrones” on an iPad from the sun-drenched beaches of Nice.
While five of the six major film studios targeted by European regulators in an antitrust case considered their responses Thursday to what could eventually become a drawn-out legal fight, Walt Disney Co. vowed to fight the action.
Hollywood talent manager Debra Baum has been convicted of charging the family of two aspiring entertainers $110,000 in illegal up-front fees.
Film producer Christopher Eberts, who pleaded guilty in March to wire fraud and money laundering charges, has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison.
Four children prepared for a fight on a darkened battlefield, their enemy a notorious supervillain named Ultron.
There are parts of Scott Stevenson's time in the 1970s as a drug smuggler he'd like to forget. Especially toward the end of the run, when the operation led by his older brother began selling cocaine and things turned sinister.
Unpaid internships have long been a fixture of Hollywood, as much a part of show business as lavish Oscar parties, expense account lunches and prima donna actors.