My favorite thing every day is, ‘What am I going to have for dinner?’” says the 22-year-old star of the new film “The Princess,” out Friday on Hulu.
The new “Elvis” movie is many things, but unlike these movies set in Vegas, it was not filmed in Vegas.
As “Elvis” reminds, it is a challenge to deliver a stylish, yet honest, depiction of Presley’s life in a theatrical experience.
“Elvis,” Primus and Steven Wright lead this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
Kris Krainock recently traveled to Cannes, where h attended the French city’s famed festival to promote his short film “Bizzarro e Fantastico.”
The controversial Parker, portrayed by Tom Hanks in the new movie “Elvis,” maintained a residence in Southern Nevada from 1969 until his death in 1997.
“It reminds me of my childhood,” says the actor, who trades his Captain America shield for a Space Ranger suit in the “Toy Story” spinoff.
From mob bosses with a soft spot for their loved ones in “The Godfather” trilogy to a father who goes to embarrassing lengths to make his family happy in the “National Lampoon” franchise, there’s no lack of lovable movie dads.
Slipknot, Ruby Mazur art exhibits and the Nevada Women’s Film Festival head this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
Lyle Lovett jokes — or is he serious — about flipping a coin with Chris Isaak to see who will open in Vegas.
“To infinity and beyond” has a special meaning for UNLV alumna Samantha Gruwell.
“Jurassic World Dominion,” the digital art exhibit “Leonardo: The Universal Man,” and “Baby Shark” Live highlight this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
The actor and comedian reflects on coming of age — at any age — and says, “I tell my kids, ‘You don’t have to know in life. You can change your mind.’ ”
His first big film role was in Jonathan Demme’s “Something Wild” as Melanie Griffith’s character’s hotheaded ex-convict husband Ray.
From simulated flights above the Strip to professional aviation training over the Grand Canyon, you and your “wingmen” can embrace the “Top Gun” experience.