By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon The 13th Annual Desert Smash, “A Charity Celebrity Tennis Event,” smacked a ton of tennis balls on its way toward raising cash [...]
By Jenny Peters It isn’t easy being a big star during Oscar Week, the days leading up to the big Academy Awards show. Seriously. There are so many parties to juggle that [...]
By Andy J. Gordon The most popular and highest paid female professional tennis player in the world brought some of her friends to UCLA for a tennis exhibition. Maria [...]
The Supperclub Los Angeles is one of Hollywood’s hot new trendy venues (perhaps the first “trenue?”). Based on the original Supperclub in Amsterdam, the retrofitted Vogue Movie Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard has been transformed by its new owners into a blank canvas. Bars, couches, beds, floors, walls, and ceiling are pure white. In the words of the designer, “The color we add to it will shape it. This way, it can become anything!” And what a show it has become. At the opening night gala on December 2, the Carnivale/Mardi Gras/Cabaret atmosphere included a zebra, stilt walkers, midgets, sky dancers, performance artists, floor dancers, a pantomime tiger, strobe lights, and house music punctuated by celebrity sightings, hot pants, and cool cocktails.
Megan Fox still cannot quite believe that she’s become a household name. [...]
They gave out 87 surfboards (the night's unwieldy trophy) at the Teen Choice Awards held on Sunday, August 9, at the Universal Studios Hollywood Ampitheatre, and aired on Fox Television on Monday, August 10. That meant that just about anyone who is anyone in the hearts of teenagers right now took home a prize. And of course, everything "Twilight" is front and center right now as anticipation builds toward the November release of "Twilight: New Moon," so it's no surprise that the first film grabbed 11 Teen Choice Awards, including Choice Movie Drama, Drama Actress for Kristen Stewart and Actor for Robert Pattinson. It was a scream fest, as the lucky few teens in the audience, out of the 83 million teens that voted for the awards, let their favorites know loud and clear just how much they love them.
When actor Gary Sinise suddenly got an unexpected four-month hiatus recently from his hit CBS Television series “CSI: New York” courtesy of the Writer’s Guild strike from November 2007 to February 2008, it was easy for him to find something else to occupy his time.
It’s no secret that until Virginia Madsen hit it big with “Sideways” in 2004, the pretty actress wasn’t exactly on Hollywood’s “A” list.