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Paul Casella Jr., Groundbreaking Transportation Coordinator in Hollywood, Dies at 86

Paul Casella Jr., a pioneering transportation coordinator in Hollywood who launched the mobile studio company Transcord Enterprises and handled logistics for Sony Pictures Studios for 25 years, died Feb. 15 in Glendale, his family announced. He was 86. Casella, who started his 60-year career in show business as a caterer, became the first person to […]

Elizabeth Taylor’s Grandson Talks Upcoming Beverly Hills Auction (Exclusive)

Elizabeth Taylor's grandson Quinn Tivey, a trustee of her estate since 2016, is helping to organize the December auction by Julien's in Beverly Hills.

‘The Night of the Iguana’: Theater Review

Clive Owen, Lia Williams and Anna Gunn star in the London revival of 'The Night of the Iguana,' the steamy comedy-drama often cited as Tennessee Williams' last great play.

Critic’s Picks: A March To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

March classic and repertory offerings in Los Angeles include a pair of Jackie Chan gems, favorites from Francois Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock and dramas starring Joan Crawford, Ingrid Bergman and other Oscar-winning women.

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and the Bubble of Superstardom

Unlike today’s supercouple, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor never pretended to be perfect — they didn’t have to.

After Cabo, Hollywood’s Next Big Mexico Destination

Puerto Vallarta gets reinvigorated with the hotel-ization of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s private hideaway, replete with Hollywood lore and now opening as the Casa Kimberly.

‘Under Milk Wood’: Edinburgh Review

Rhys Ifans returns to his South Wales roots with this lusty cinematic remake of the celebrated radio play by legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.

At 92, Liz Smith Reveals How Rupert Murdoch Fired Her, What It Felt Like to Be Outed

New York's grande dame of gossip has still got it, as she talks, kisses and tells about NYC's most powerful, revealing which mogul asked her advice on coming out, which famous friend cared less about her after she lost her column and how turning 90 was different from being 80 ("When I was 80, I was doing fine. I was still part of life. But something happens when you have to say you’re 90").

Oscars: Bradley Cooper Becomes 10th Actor Ever To Score Three-Peat Nomination

He's in good company, from Marlon Brando to Russell Crowe

Cinematography Roundtable: Roger Deakins and 5 Other Top DPs on Angelina Jolie’s Directing Style, Shooting Through Hurricanes and Film vs. Digital

The visionaries behind some of the year's most visually striking movies — 'Unbroken,' 'Into the Woods,' 'Gone Girl,' 'The Theory of Everything,' 'Noah' and 'Mr. Turner' — open up about everything from how to develop a relationship with a director to high-dynamic-range technologies

Dan Tana’s Turns 50: Secrets Behind Hollywood’s Star-Studded Eatery

Stars from Cameron Diaz to Harry Dean Stanton — and Tana himself — reminisce about the restaurant's storied half-century, from an infant Drew Barrymore getting her diapers changed on the bar to the 2009 sale that worried patrons

Rhys Ifans to Star in Film Adaptation of Dylan Thomas’ ‘Under Milk Wood’

Director and producer Kevin Allen will shoot English- and Welsh-language movie versions of the "play for voices," with Ifans in the role of First Voice.