James Franco in Drag: The Oscar Number That Could Have Been 2 years ago
Academy Awards host James Franco, in drag, doing Cher?
It could have been an Oscar water-cooler moment, but now it's just an if...
By Steve Pond
CDG salutes range of designs in three film, three TV categories
Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation singles out movies, TV shows, journalism, theater and music
The 68th Golden Globes arrive amidst so much controversy that the fuss might actually affect the voting
When Sony hosted HFPA members in Vegas for a Cher concert, it was press business as usual, says the studio
Police want to find out whether the gun that Harold Smith used to kill himself may have been used to shoot the Hollywood publicist
The steadfastly independent BHPD could call in the resource- and experience-rich LA Sheriff's Department, but that would break from tradition
"Harry Potter" finishes No. 1 over the five-day holiday period with $78.8M, but Disney's 3D-animated "Rapunzel" adaptation is the big story, coming in nearly $30M above tracking
Disney's 3D-animated 'Rapunzel' adaptation picks up steam with big $20M Friday and is now about $30M ahead of tracking; "Potter" still leads holiday weekend, but is now pacing at under $80M
Exclusive: The celebrity site erroneously claims to have surveillance footage of Chasen from Oct. 28. TheWrap confirms that the publicist was in Europe at the time
Review: Aguilera strives painfully for sincerity but, other than that giant battleship of a voice, is cutesy bland at best, annoyingly arch at worst
At a funeral that embraced a community's grief, insiders struggled to understand a bewildering act of violence; Hundreds including Jacqueline Bisset, Peter Fonda attended
With funeral coming up Sunday, police have still have no leads, but speculation is rising that Chasen's death wasn't random
A mundane message left moments before her death undermine the police theory that she encountered a robber at the W and was forced to drive
In the hours before her death, Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen attended the well-attended "Burlesque" premiere afterparty
Will play Aguilera's rival in Screen Gems' musical.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga