The Arlington Theatre om Santa Barbara, CA hosted Saturday night’s Virtuosos Award which honored seven actors that included Elizabeth Banks, Paul Dano, Alicia Vikander, Géza Röhrig, Jacob Tremblay, Joel Edgerton and O’Shea Jackson Jr. Press Pass LA had the chance to interview some of the honorees and guests as they walked the red carpet.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies won’t win any awards but it is tailor made to become a midnight movie cult classic. The film, based on a book by the same name, takes the classic Jane Austen tale and flips it on its head. The result is a fascinating take on the era that manages to […]
Press Pass LA is giving away a pair of tickets to 2 lucky PPLA fans to see Sean Hayes in ‘An Act of God’ at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown Los Angeles February 9th at 8PM PST. Enter to win!
Awards season is in full swing and it’s our favorite time of year for E!’s “Fashion Police.” The new season features Nene Leakes and Margaret Cho joining veterans Giuliana Rancic & Brad Goreski.
Europe may corner the market in high end couture fashion, but Australia is giving the rest of the world a solid run for it’s money in the wearable fashion department. Urge Footwear is killing the shoe scene. From gladiator sandals, wedges, flats, to even heels their selection is nailing the mark time and time again.
Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, Eric Bana and the cast of Disney’s “The Finest Hours” were greeted by the U.S. Coast Guard Band, Honor Guard and fans at the film’s premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Press Pass LA was on the red carpet! Find out what the cast had to say…
If you haven’t seen Marcus Lemonis’ show “The Profit,” a CNBC reality show about saving small businesses, you might be living under a rock!
Press Pass LA is excited to announce The Rel/Event Series Part II. After attending Part I of the series in October at The Attic in Hollywood, we had to be involved for Part II. Plus, our very own CEO, Jennifer Buonantony will be moderating one of the panels! Check out the full schedule and details […]
The new movie, The 5th Wave from director J. Blakeson (who will certainly need to remain anonymous after this fiasco) unconvincingly puts teenagers against unseen “aliens” who are attempting to take over the world in progressive measures, known as the “waves”.