Renée George, whose short film Le Petit Nuage gets a repeat screening at the Newport Beach Film Festival tonight, sort of worked like Michel Hazanavicius in reverse. The Frenchman who wrote and directed the Oscar winner The Artist, came to Hollywood to make a silent picture set against the 1920s-'3 ... More >>
Documents obtained by the Weekly prove Larry Agran's liberal, Democrat political machine, the one that has ruled over Republican-heavy Irvine for 12 consecutive years, already secretly stole next month's election so it can keep power for at least two more years.
The documents--a series of emails sp ... More >>
Rilo Kiley was supposedly on hiatus (ever since they toured 2007's Under the Blacklight), but today Spinner published an interview with guitarist Blake Sennett that said no, they are not coming back. (Neither will it ever be 2005 again, so quit hoping for the Shins.)
"I just felt like there was ... More >>
The Anaheim International Film Festival, which rolls through Sunday, previously announced that besides awards for entered films, special honors will be presented at Saturday night's black-tie gala to director Jonathan Lynn, actor Hector Elizondo and philanthropists Bruno Serato and Larry and Kris ... More >>
Many, many books get delivered to the Weekly. Some of them are likely Very Important Books that Very Serious Thinkers would spend much time mulling over. But some of them are little escapist gems of chick lit, my own frothy, guilty pleasure. I've been scooping up books from the receptionist's office ... More >>