Trophies were being handed out Friday at the inaugural TV broadcast of the Hollywood Film Awards, which bills itself as “the official launch of awards season.”
A brand-new fine art experience is launching at the Denver Convention Center including an art show, fashion component, living arts installation, and Colorado Makers displays.
This week, a rapper battles anti-Semitism allegations, a “Cake Boss” gets drunk, and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ loses a star.
“Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike” is a black comedy that’s currently being put on by the Denver Center Theatre Company and runs through Denver Arts Week.
In one corner of the gallery, Grace Kelly polishes her engagement ring on screen in the 1956 musical “High Society.” In a case just steps away sits a dazzling 10.5-carat Cartier emerald-cut diamond given to her by her real-life fiance, which she wore in that final film role just before becoming Princess Grace of Monaco.
After a brief battle with an aggressive form of cancer, veteran character star Carol Ann Susi has died.
‘A Very GRAMMY Christmas’ adds two new faces to brighten the holiday extravaganza.
It’s about to be a very Taylor Thanksgiving.
The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which has been held off-camera since 1997, will make its TV debut Friday as a two-hour special on CBS.