With big roles in The Three Musketeers, Immortals and The Hobbit, the time is now for Luke Evans.
New York crime photographer Weegee looked forward to coming west to ply his trade in Hollywood—until he got here.
The phenomenon of UCLA running back Derrick Coleman Jr. goes far beyond remarkable ball handling.
The bad boy of Justified on character actors, Kentucky moonshine and almost riding in Harrison Ford’s copter.
With a scope that extends from dark fantasy to tender rom-com, a ravishing ingenue blossoms before our eyes into a leading lady.
The Top Chef master sits down with the Pulitzer-winning food writer to savor what’s next on his menu.
These real-life physicians know the diagnosis...and are always ready for their close-up.
As head of UTA Online, Jason Nadler scours for the homegrown talents who make YouTube hits and then he tracks the auteurs for potential commercial deals. In short, he's a Web starmaker.
The head of AEG, Tim Leiweke has overseen the creation of the Staples Center, Nokia Theatre and more, and next year he'll open a dual hotel complex—part Ritz-Carlton, part Marriott—that he believes will alter the downtown area in a major way.
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.
Business partners with Baron Davis. Married to Jessica Alba. Modest as he is in person, Cash Warren has grand aspirations: to redefine Los Angeles culture and create new entertainment: “The next cultural explosion will be fueled by homegrown talent.”