With all the controversy of the whitewashing of Hollywood and most notably, the 2016 Oscars, it was guaranteed that #OscarsSoWhite was going to be a heavy topic on and off the red carpet at the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG). The statement of diversity was...(Read More)
Cast members from “Orange is the New Black,” celebrate backstage after winning the SAG Award for outstanding performance as an ensemble in a Comedy Series. The 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) were held Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015 at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center.
Sugar ray Leonard (left) and Sugar Shane Mosley on the red carpet of the Harold and Carole Pump Foundation gala in Los Angeles.
Paul Blart (Kevin James) with Gino Chizetti (Vic DiBitetto) , Khan Mubi (Shelly Desai), Donna Ericone (Loni Love) and Saul Gundermutt (Gary Valentine) take on the art thieves in the grand hallway in Columbia Pictures’ PAUL BLART: MALL COP 2.
Dr. Mae Jemison, the first black woman in space, speaks to a large audience at Forest Lawn during a Black History Month gala. Photo by Thai Lee/News4usonline.com
The Koz family: From left to right: are Jeff Koz, Roberta Koz and Dave Koz.
In charge: Steve Ballmer speaks to the media after after the fanfest pep rally at Staples Center.
The spirit of Halloween is back and at Knott’s Scary Farm;it is bigger and better than ever before! With 11 haunted mazes, two shows and 1,000 monsters lurking through the fog, whatever your biggest fear is; be prepared to face it when you attend.
Chappie (Sharlto Copley) from Columbia Pictures’ action-adenture CHAPPIE. © 2015 CTMG, Inc. All rights reserved. Courtesy of Columbia Pictures
To celebrate the network’s popular Saturday night programming lineup, a press luncheon was held Nov. 12 at the OWN Office “The Lot” in West Hollywood. Lunch was catered by the world famous Sweetie Pies. There was a sneak peek of the upcoming episodes of “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” and “Raising Whitley,” a Q&A discussion with Miss Robbie, Tim and Kym Whitley from “Raising Whitley,” and more.
“Selma” director Ava Duvernay and her film dominated the 2015 NAACP Image Awards.
The Ferguson, Mo. grand jury decision not to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of black teenager Michael Brown Jr. has brought outrage across the country, including in Los Angeles.