"I’m boycotting the bastard. I owe it to every child who is abused by an authority figure"
Byrne opened up in a tirade against the bastions of everything that Hollywood holds holy
The documentary details the making of Stanley Kramer's epic "On the Beach"
"If we are patient, we will get our reward one day: A violent outburst that ends badly"
Guest blog: You will never see another documentary like this -- the tale of a woman thrust into the Fab Four maelstrom
Guest blog: Chris Jackson was both political and apolitical -- an archetype of the actor who pays it forward; his sudden death left me in...
Stellar received a Best Facebook Presence and Individual Weblog honor for his commentary on the Motion Picture and Television Fund's longterm care facility
Depardieu's urgent needs to relieve himself are metaphoric to the basic rights and privileges that are denied to many of us. In his own way,...
Its latest survey is nothing but another PR hack's Hail Mary pass to divert the negativity that is being heaped with growing momentum onto the...
Instead of a fist-pounding corpulent senator, we now have our own State of California dancing to the tune played by Hollywood moguls while they ask...
A longtime Hollywood secretary, her son, Richard Stellar, has been a longtime advocate of patients' rights at the MPTF home
There was nothing sweeter than the smiles on the residents faces -- and the affirmation that God will see us through to next year
The Motion Picture Home corrupts Gail Sheehy's "Passages" to its own ends
HOLLYBLOG: Everyone sing ... "Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm ninety-four?"
Jeff Katzenberg should stick to making movies and leave the MPTF to the experts in that field
We have to take responsibility to protect this precious resource
Stars shed a hopeful light, but now is not the time to be complacent about future of MPTF long-term care facility
It's time for Gov. Schwarzenegger to step up and protect his fellow actors
Hugh Jackman and Shirley MacLaine, I'm talking to you!
Beitcher is denying some residents what could be their last meal
He's in a position to do more good with the Motion Picture Home, but so far has stuck to symbolic acts -- and saving the...
"Why do we treat our animals with more respect and commitment than our fellow man?"
We can't give up the fight for the Long Term Care unit, or be put off by a war of curse words
The dug-in stances of the two sides are reminiscent of a long labor strike
Saving the Lives of Our Own aims to rescue residents of the MPTF's Long Term Care Facility
The Motion Picture and Television Home's story on long-term care facility closing doesn't add up.