For most of us, hotels are a vacation. For L.A.’s Elite, they’re a haven. A view from life in the penthouse
Think of the Soho House as a country club for the cultured, a haven for the Hollywood elite. Gawkers need not apply
The stars of NBC’s new comedy Up All Night have tiny tots at home—and act with tiny tots at work. Are they out of their minds?
When early spoiler Web sites first revealed plotlines of America’s favorite TV shows, Hollywood balked. Now some producers see the sites as more friend than foe
Hollywood isn’t brimming with do-gooder producers. Maybe Jami Gertz and Stacey Lubliner’s first film, A Better Life, will inspire more
The touch screen is transforming the big screen. But faster, cheaper filmmaking can come with a human price
All over Hollywood, storytellers like TV's Shonda Rhimes are using Twitter to feed their hungry fans—and alter the balance of power
It’s the Hollywood way: become an assistant to get ahead. But some aspiring writers wonder whether this tradition is keeping them back
The women behind Hollywood’s hometown film festival are determined to make it a hot ticket
Winning an Academy Award enlivens some careers but leaves others on life support. Is the gold statue to blame?