Bear Grylls threw a lizard at me.
Los Angeles Times-Washington Post
The Rev Al Green, celebrated purveyor of 1970s soul, is proffering the old-style stuff again.
The idea of making a big-screen version of the classic TV spy farce Get Smart had been knocking around Hollywood for years before screenwriters Matt Ember and Tom J. Astle turned their minds to it.
When they met in 2007 with executives at New Line Cinema, marketing consultants Seth Lockhart and Jamil Barrie pitched their 10 favorite alternative titles for Pride and Glory, a police drama starring Edward Norton and Colin Farrell.
Superhero films are coming fast and furious. Rachel Abramowitz of The Los Angeles Times wades into the powerhouse pool of films.
Nothing gets in the way of a lucrative rock reunion like a jail stint - even an extremely short one.
What do Indiana Jones, John Rambo and Solid Snake have in common?They all qualify for the pension, or go close to it.
San Diego: The small room was dark and windowless, the lights dimmed. "Jane prefers low light," one of her staff members said.
YouTube has opened a "Screening Room", an area of the site devoted exclusively to selected independent films.
Chris Martin was on the floor working out the knots.
Robert Benton is so self-effacing that he once joked that "I'm like Dracula - I don't leave a trace in the mirror."
Games based on films: They're certainly better than films based on games, but this one misses the mark nonetheless.
Here it comes again, that part towards the end of the Creedence Clearwater song, Looking Out My Back Door, when John Fogerty sings, Ann-Marie's an elephant, a-playin' in the band / Won't you take a ride on a flyin' spool . . .
On a recent afternoon at the Warner Bros lot, Clint Eastwood took a break from a long day in the editing bay and strolled over to a hushed screening room.
Alanis Morissette is wearing her heart on her sleeve again. But otherwise she's doing all right, Richard Cromelin, of the Los Angeles Times, reports.
Three horrors await motorists considering a family road trip: the spiralling price of petrol, the usual choruses of "are-we-there-yet?" and the road rage of fellow drivers.
Talk about the fast and the furious. The Wachowski brothers' live-action version of Speed Racer - an adaptation of the 1960s Japanese-animated series - gives new meaning to the idea of "X-treme" motor sports.
Q: Is being funny as easy as it looks?
Coldplay follow up the underwhelming X&Y with an album that is reminiscent of U2 at their peak, thanks in no small part to production guru Brian Eno. Coldplay. Viva la Vida.
Three days after Weezer posted its music video Pork & Beans on YouTube, 2.2 million people had watched it. And 65% of them were men.