The "Hollywood Billboard Queen" is still pioneering the art of being famous for being famous.
When I left Canada I had a "See You Fuckers Later" party. If I failed in LA it would be the ego bruise of the century.
'Bloodsucking Bastards' should have been an easy sell—think 'Shaun of the Dead' meets 'Office Space'—but even the most-salable pitches go thirsty in the barren landscape that is the Hollywood development process.
He was so good at designing fake spacesuits that he was hired to do the real thing.
Need a guy who balances a refrigerator on his mouth, sticks nails through his arms, or has the ability to escape from a spinning washing machine? Chuck Harris is the man to ask.
He's responsible for an extensive back catalogue of very shitty films.
The iconic actor sat down with us to talk about the nuances of the movie industry, the evolution of his career, and his latest role as a crooked lawman in Cop Car.
The suddenly famous family of filmmaking recluses visited the origin of the movies they were raised on.
The success of The Wolfpack brought the Angulo brothers to Los Angeles for their first time ever. There they explored the sites and met the people who inspire their creativity. This is their travelogue.
In this case, "they" is "Sony Pictures Animation."
Complaining about people being attracted to the world's biggest film industry is like saying that you have the freest country in the world, then complaining when immigrants turn up to be part of it. Who would be that stupid?
Yes it's awful, but is it also an existential self help guide on par with 'The Alchemist'?
'Entourage' is mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in utter confusion, blurring the lines between reality and unreality until you truly believe the distinction between the two doesn't exist.
There was a time when A-listers in a video game got players hyped, but these days we need to know that they mean it before parting with our cash.
We spoke to an economics professor along with one of the best movie-trailer makers in the business to learn more about the thinking behind this deluge of movie trailers hitting the internet.
It's now easier for us to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism.
An look behind the scenes of a Beiber-fied spectacle where celebrity, comedy, and cruelty collide.
"At a certain point when you're being held hostage, you don't have power to do anything. The only power you have is to listen to your captors and do what they ask you to do."
Women haven't traditionally been protagonists in major movies, but that might be changing—even if that change comes too slowly and not soon enough.
So I talked to an odor-elimination expert about how one would go about getting the resin funk out of the floors.
Since the late 1960s, Wurlitzer has been a screenwriter. None of the films he wrote raked in box-office millions, but people speak about him in superlatives—that he's one of a kind, that he's his own genre.
People start lining up as early as 5 AM, sticking their cameras through the chain-link fence and attempting to catch a glimpse of some celebrity far, far in the distance.
There is something seriously unsettling about the way the public gleefully ridicules the psychotic behavior of people like Gary Busey, Scott Stapp, and Randy Quaid. It says a lot more about us than it does them.
Her new website is a radical examination of the female psyche through naked photos of women and frank discussions of puberty, religion, and abortion.