Twenty essential books and films that form the foundation for that specialty genre known as L.A. noir.
Public aphorisms of the quintessential private investigator.
The Hollywood A-list routinely seeks out Jane Hallworth's one-of-a-kind trailer when they're looking for luxury on the set.
Fashion pundit Freddie Leiba opines on the most stellar dresses ever captured on Hollywood celluloid—plus, video of the scenes in which they were worn.
Oscar week is a colossal fashion moment—and not just for celebrities.
Kathy Freston hits a private screening of The Cove, a documentary film about dolphin harvesting in Japan, and is pleased to see it accompanied by vegan treats.
He passed on a recording contract, but Ryan Kavanaugh launched Relativity Media, the company that has financed or produced and distributed more than 100 films—and racked up more than $7.4 billion. Not a bad trade-off.
Graphic artist Geoff McFetridge favors softly contoured animalistic characters and line-drawn, Sgt. Pepper’s– reminiscent figures—a style that's well suited to clients of every ilk.
Nicholas Weinstock, head of motion picture development at Apatow Productions, shares his secret strategies for fielding movie and series proposals.
Comedian Steve Martin interviews director Ron Howard about his fifty remarkable years in the motion picture business.
The actress opens up to her Rachel Getting Married scribe Jenny Lumet on fame, focus, ferocity—and going girly for Bride Wars.
Howard Rosenman has been an iconic producer for three decades, with credits ranging from Resurrection to Father of the Bride. Now he's going in front of the camera.