As part of the Auditorium Theatre’s ongoing 125th annivesary celebration, “An Evening with the Roosevelts” will add a presidential touch to the festivities on Friday, April 10.
One thing for sure: Oliver Stone’s “Snowden” feature film about Edward Snowden, the now-infamous leaker of classified U.S. national security information has quite the line-up of superstar talent.
Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas — two fast-rising stars at ABC News — have been officially given plum assignments at the network.
Sports mogul, mega-entrepreneur and “Shark Tank” mainstay Mark Cuban is expanding his “shark” brand — so to speak. The business mogul will play the U.S. president (with conservative political commentator and author Ann Coulter as his vice president) in the upcoming “Sharknado 3,” the third instalment in Syfy network’s ongoing horror/pop culture TV film phenomenon.
Congrats to Ludacris and his wife, Eudoxie. The happy couple posted an Instagram photo — of Ludacris kissing his wife’s belly — to confirm they are expecting a baby.
There’s quite a lineup of well-known celebs and authors who will be making appearances for Anderson’s Bookshops in our area over the next few weeks.
Of course, we already knew Kim Kardashian was addicted to the current times’ obsession with selfies — after all she’s coming out with a book that is all about her own self-centered photos snapped with her cellphone.
No sooner has “Parks and Recreation” wrapped up its seven-season run then we get news the sitcom’s star, Nick Offerman will soon be turning his acting skills back to live theater — where the actor launched his career in Chicago at Steppenwolf and the Goodman.
For veteran actor Bill Nighy, the idea of doing film sequels is tricky. “We all know how they usually go,” said Nighy the other day, calling from London, to talk about “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” (opening Friday).
William Shatner has defended his absence from longtime friend and “Star Trek” colleague Leonard Nimoy’s funeral — turning to Twitter to explain he had a longtime commitment to a charity event, and was unable to make it back to Los Angeles in time for the funeral.