On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed reports that the Los Angeles County city attorney declined to prosecute Terry Crews’ criminal complaint against his former agent, Adam Venit, who works at William Morris Endeavor.
On Tuesday, CBS News reported that the “Murder House” featured in the first season of the FX TV series American Horror Story is embroiled in a lawsuit filed by its current owners.
CNN reported on Thursday that a 12-year-old girl was in police custody and being questioned by authorities after a shooting at the Sal Castro Middle School in Los Angeles that morning left five people injured, including four students. Two of the victims suffered serious gunshot wounds.
This season of Southern California wildfires continues to be fucking brutal and among the worst the state has ever experienced. The New York Times reported on Tuesday that four recent wildfires forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate and have destroyed hundreds of homes.
Think of the thing you want more than anything. Is it a new president? Healthcare for all? An end to world hunger? A puppy? Those shoes with lights in the heels that you parents refused to buy you in 1992? Whatever it is, take that feeling of desire and magnify it by a power of 200 and you’ll understand just how badly…
Harvey Weinstein is now under investigation by the LAPD after hearing detailed testimony from an actress-model who, according to the Los Angeles Times, is the sixth woman to accuse Weinstein of rape.
MAYWOOD, Ca.—Iván Ceja landed at the Los Angeles International Airport at 11:30 p.m. Sunday night. A friend picked him up and they drove toward the California-Arizona state line to deliver 30 checks that would cover the DACA renewal fees for 30 applicants. At around 4 a.m. on Monday, Ceja met with immigrant rights…
On Tuesday morning, an encrypted email from the unknown sender “501 Cinefamily Think” began to circulate among the Los Angeles film community. The email accuses Shadie Elnashai, the VP of the Board of Directors at the nonprofit movie organization Cinefamily, and Hadrian Belove, executive managing director of…
In a kind of fun throwback moment, Los Angeles is now going mad with Hamilton fever, with celebrities crawling all over Lin-Manuel Miranda for a ticket. It seems like just yesterday that New Yorkers were blocking traffic for a glimpse of him. Ah, memories.
Los Angeles icon and cult ’80s figure Angelyne, known for her hot-pink sports cars, billboard signs, and being one of the first people to be “famous for being famous” long before Kim Kardashian was, is the subject of a new and dramatic exposé that reveals her true identity.
Mohamed Hadid, real estate developer and father to supermodels Gigi and Bella, was recently sentenced to community service and required to pay a series of fines after pleading no contest to misdemeanor connected to a gigantically illegal and almost impossibly unattractive unfinished Bel Air giga-mansion that appears…
Jake Paul, a former Vine star who parlayed that into a Disney Channel gig, lives in West Hollywood, and the insane white boy shit he’s committing regularly has pissed off his neighbors to the point where they’re considering legal action.
A former employee of a plastic surgery clinic in Los Angeles has done the most dreaded thing and reportedly stolen records of more than 15,000 patients, including famous ones.
One day after Republican New Hampshire State Representative Robert Fisher was revealed to be the creator of radically misogynist Reddit forum “The Red Pill,” a progressive bike activist running for a Los Angeles city council seat across the country faced a surprisingly similar uproar.
In July 2016, Playboy model Dani Mathers—crowned Playmate of the Year in 2015—committed a grotesque violation of privacy by secretly photographing a naked, 70-year-old woman at the gym and posting it to Snapchat. The photograph includes a blithely cruel caption, “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either” and, for…
The first question that people with jobs and other responsibilities should ask themselves before investing who knows how many hours in a reality show is: But do I want to actually spend time with the people on said show?
The civil unrest that followed the acquittal of four Los Angeles police officers whose brutal beating of Rodney King was caught on film has been etched into American history—“The Rodney King riots” shorthand for the events also known as the Los Angeles Uprising.
Yesterday Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared April 25, 2017 “La La Land Day” to celebrate the film’s DVD release, because that’s a normal thing for a government official to do and the movie studio still had some cash leftover in the marketing budget and Garcetti is probably going to run for Governor.
On Saturday, Westworld paid its inaugural visit to Paleyfest in Los Angeles, where—I am loath to tell you—the showrunners revealed absolutely nothing about season two. They did, however, demystify one plot point from the first season’s finale.
Picture the ideal Trump base. Just off the top of my head, maybe it’d be a mansion full of celebrity-obsessed conspiracy theorists who believe they’re secretly extraterrestrial gods? And that the only way to release their inner godliness is to keep funneling money to a pasty, pockmarked middle-aged man with a plastic…