‘Scandal’ Director Tom Verica Sells Studio City Spanish Home (EXCLUSIVE)

Actor/producer/director Tom Verica has put his hacienda-style home in the hills above Studio City in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley up for sale, with an asking price of not quite $2.3 million. Property records show that the “Scandal” director and executive producer, who also holds down a recurring role on “How to Get Away with… Read more »

YouTube Announces New Offline App for Android

YouTube wants to make it easier for users in developing markets to access its service without having to rely on fast mobile connectivity. That’s why the Google subsidiary just launched YouTube Go, a new Android app that allows users to download videos to watch them at a later time. The idea of YouTube Go is… Read more »

‘Deepwater Horizon’ Review: Real-Life Disaster Movie Explosive But Not Compelling

On April 20, 2010 the worst oil rig crisis and spill in American history happened in Louisiana on the Deepwater Horizon. Eleven workers died. 115 people on that rig struggled to survive. For the next 87 days, oil flowed uncontrollably into the Gulf Of Mexico. Since it was ruled to be responsible in 2014, BP has paid out billions in penalties, settlements and clean-up. Now, six years later, Hollywood is having its say with director Peter Berg’s straight-laced disaster…

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Reese Witherspoon Pocket-Lists Pacific Palisades Mansion (EXCLUSIVE)

According to trusted celebrity real estate tattletales Hal E. Wood and Peter Propertyseller, Reese Witherspoon and her high-powered CAA talent agent husband, Jim Toth, would like to sell their mansion perched atop the prestigious Amalfi Rim in Pacific Palisades, and therefore have engaged the services of one of L.A.’s most successful real estate agents to… Read more »

The Films of Roger Ross Williams Tackle Life Beyond the Norm

The films made by Roger Ross Williams would at first appear to have little in common. “Life, Animated,” the acclaimed documentary that premiered at Sundance in January, got into the head of a young man on the autistic spectrum who learned to relate to the world through Disney animated films. Williams’ 2013 feature “God Loves… Read more »

Aaron Neville Lists Greenwich Village Penthouse (EXCLUSIVE)

The Bizzy Boys at Celebrity Address Aerial let us know that legendary R&B singer Aaron Neville, 75, has put his terraced penthouse atop a luxurious, full-service apartment house in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village up for sale at $2.5 million. The famously falsetto-voiced singer — who released his 17th studio album, “Apache,”… Read more »

Kristen Wiig, Zach Galifianakis Talk Breaking Character at ‘Masterminds’ Premiere

While much of America was glued to the first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Relativity Studios rolled out a black carpet on Monday night for the “Masterminds” premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Absent Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and producer Lorne Michaels – who were needed in New York City… Read more »

How Sarah Kate Ellis Brought GLAAD Into the 21st Century

GLAAD was in crisis. A series of leadership shakeups coupled with the 2008 economic collapse, which dried up donations, had left the advocacy group essentially broke and directionless. Plus, after launching bruising media campaigns against the likes of Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan, the gay and lesbian organization was in danger of being seen as… Read more »

Samuel L. Jackson: Tim Burton and Quentin Tarantino Have Very Similar Directing Styles

“A bunch of weirdos. They’re all weird!” laughed director Tim Burton at the 20th Century Fox, Saks fifth Avenue, and Visa Signature premiere of his latest film “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” Monday night. Burton was speaking about his cast which includes Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Ella Purnell, Allison Janney, Judi Dench,… Read more »