Edward Herrmann, an actor perhaps best known for playing Richard Gilmore on “Gilmore Girls,” has died, his manager confirmed to Buzzfeed News. He was 71.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has reached agreements with top U.S. cable, satellite and telco TV providers to distribute “The Interview” via video-on-demand and pay-per-view services, and the studio said it will add about 250 independent theaters exhibiting the movie starting Friday.
Model Sonni Pacheco has filed for divorce from actor husband Jeremy Renner after 10 months of marriage, according to court documents filed in Los Angeles on Dec. 5.
Many Hollywood executives probably want to forget that 2014 ever happened. The studios overstuffed the summer multiplexes with sequels, which resulted in audience malaise at the box office.
Christine Cavanaugh, best known for her prolific vocal work — including memorable roles as the titular character in “Babe” and lovable scaredy-cat Chuckie Finster on Nickelodeon’s “Rugrats” — died on Dec. 22 of unknown causes at her home in Cedar City, Utah. She was 51.
You can’t actually bet on the awards at Las Vegas casinos. But if you could, “Birdman,” “Boyhood,” Michael Keaton and Julianne Moore would be good places to put your money, according to Johnny Avello, director of race and sports operations.
That’s the takeaway from Fandango’s survey of the most anticipated films of 2015. The online ticketing company found that “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is the film that moviegoers are most jazzed to see next year, while “Avengers: Age of Ultron” has to settle for runner-up status.
Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis has gone public with her split from husband, Todd Thompson.
The studios are throwing everything possible — short of a genetically engineered young Eddie Murphy and the reanimated corpse of John Wayne — at theaters this year.
Egypt says it banned Ridley Scott’s biblical epic “Exodus: Gods & Kings” because it gives the wrong idea about Egypt’s history and presents a “racist” image of Jews.