'The Shining' Comes To Universal Studios For Halloween Horror NightsOne of the scariest movies ever made will be brought to life. Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece 'The Shining' will "axe its way" through Universal Studios doors for Halloween!
Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell Honored Together At Hollywood Walk Of FameThe longtime couple were honored with side-by-side stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame...
Oakland’s Mahershala Ali Wins Supporting Actor OscarOakland native Mahershala Ali won the Academy Award for best supporting actor Sunday night for his Moonlight role.
California Law Letting Actors Delete Ages Online Is BlockedA federal judge in San Francisco has blocked a California law that allows actors and other entertainment professionals to remove their ages from a popular industry website...
7 of The Bay Area's Must-Go Oscar 2017 PartiesTo get into the glamorous Hollywood spirit, here are some places around the San Francisco Bay Area to party like a movie star!
Man Arrested In The Case Of The 'HOLLYWeeD' SignLos Angeles police have made a "HOLLYWeeD" bust.
Famed Hollywood Sign Vandalized To Read 'Hollyweed'Los Angeles residents awoke in the New Year to find that someone had altered the famed Hollywood Hills landmark to read "HOLLYWeeD."
Carrie Fisher And Debbie Reynolds To Be Buried TogetherTodd Fisher says the actresses will be buried together at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Hollywood Hills.
Jet-Setting Hungarian Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor Dies At 99The most famous of the Gabor sisters, and great aunt of Paris Hilton, died Sunday of a heart attack at her home in Bel-Air.
Force Is Strong At Star Wars 'Rogue One' Hollywood PremiereComedian Dane Cook suggested on Twitter that it might be "the best" Star Wars movie, while Rainn Wilson called it "amazing."
'Moana' Cruises With $81.1 Million Thanksgiving WeekendDisney's South Pacific animated tale "Moana" fell short of a "Frozen"-sized debut but nevertheless dominated the Thanksgiving box office with an estimated $81.1 million over the five-day weekend...
Danger Of Making Movies Revealed In AP InvestigationEvery year, workers on both sides of the camera are maimed, burned, break bones and even die striving to deliver entertainment that packs multiplexes and commands top TV ratings.