WARNING: Obvious spoilers ahead. Stop reading if you’re not caught up on “Parks and Recreation” and don’t want to know what happens in this week’s stellar Halloween episode. Consider yourselves warned.
Recent television, film and new media graduate Matthew Rocca is ramping up production on his festival-bound, feature-length vampire crime epic, “Bullets, Fangs and Dinner at 8.”
On Saturday, Cinco de Mayo, a lively music recital called “Concert in the Park” will be performed at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion at Balboa Park. Marian Liebowitz, the event manager, spoke about the history of this annual show and answered some questions about her involvement with this holiday treat. The Daily Aztec: Can you tell [...]
Five films and four years into arguably the most complex movie marketing scheme in history, Marvel Studios is set to unleash supra-franchise “The Avengers” on May 4.
Actress Anna Faris received her first big break in the gross-out horror spoof “Scary Movie” franchise, while subsequent roles in “Lost in Translation” and “Brokeback Mountain” received widespread critical acclaim.
Mark Duplass, half of the writer-director sibling duo the Duplass brothers, became an indie film darling with his awkward, mumblecore comedies “The Puffy Chair” and last year’s festival favorite “Cyrus.”
Ed Helms, a veteran correspondent on “The Daily Show,” catapulted to fame with recurring roles on “The Office” and “The Hangover.”
Taylor Kitsch carved out a niche for himself in “Friday Night Lights” and “X-Men Origins: Wolverine.”
Russ Peck is the organist who will be performing at the San Diego Symphony’s showing of the Douglas Fairbanks silent film “The Mark of Zorro.”
Scoring a record deal used to be what bands in garages across the world dreamed of. But now, becoming recognized and being able to tour nationally is a dream many unsigned bands have already realized.
John Cho is best known as an alien-fighting helmsman of the starship enterprise in J.J. Abrams’ “Star Trek,” a perverted high school student who popularized the expression “milf” in “American Pie” and a surprisingly smart stoner with a good heart in the “Harold & Kumar” series.
Seattle-based Minus the Bear has crafted some of the most intricately layered and rhythmically complex indie rock of the last decade.