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Working with the film's leading stars was a highlight for McKenzie. On a Sunday morning in Beverly Hills, Bret McKenzie is the life of the Muppets Most Wanted press conference...The most memorable though, was that night two years ago when he accepted
A plus-sized woman managed to draw attention for a cause in a bold stunt after she stripped down to a little bikini and catwalked the street of Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles on Monday in order to promote body confidence and self-esteem,
But for many who live in La La Land, the pressure to conform to a certain beauty standard can leave them feeling downright depressed...Fed up with Tinsel Town's obsession with perfection, the 20-year-old aspiring TV producer stripped down to a bikini
For his new series of documentaries about Los Angeles, Louis Theroux and his family re-located to the city, where they found themselves gradually embracing the Angeleno way of life. Late in 2012, having grown temporarily tired of life in dark and
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is questioned by reporters as he returns to the council floor at city hall in Toronto on Thursday, Jan. 30. Watch Watch Watch The city works with a Los Angeles-based agent to push Toronto as a location for Hollywood productions.
With top actresses away, it was music stars that came out to play at Paris Fashion Week that fell the same day as the Academy Awards. Rapper Kanye West who smiled and refused to talk shared the front row Sunday evening with another singer-cum-fashion
But now, Greg Pitts is trying to make a new name for himself in Southwest Florida real estate. The actor famous for an unforgettable scene in the cult comedy "Office Space" recently moved back to his hometown of Venice to follow in the footsteps of
Actor and Realtor for Coldwell Banker, Gregg Pitts, near his downtown Venice office...But now, Greg Pitts is trying to make a new name for himself in Southwest Florida real estate. Ron Livingston and Greg Pitts, right, in Pitts' famous "O-face" scene
When Hollywood was its own little town at the start of the 20th century, it banned movie theaters and liquor, except for medicinal purposes (wink, wink). That ended quickly when movie studios arrived and a louche Los Angeles annexed the upstart.
One of Los Angeles' longtime developers is betting big on the revival of Hollywood as he launches work on a $138-million speculative office development near Santa Monica Boulevard. After dusting off plans for an office complex first conceived before