When the Marin sisters – Jen, Lauren, Jackie and Catherine – told their parents that a production company was interested in making a reality TV series about their lives as four modern young Mexican-American women their mom and dad could not have been more excited.
“Lori and I were thrilled,” says father Bill Marin
HUNTINGTON BEACH – It's the beginning of a new chapter for the International Surfing Museum.
Surf champions, icons and influencers in the surf world rubbed shoulders and talked about the past, as well as the future, at a recent event to reveal the new look of the museum in Huntington Beach. A buzz filled the air as attendees to the
The hero of this gorgeous, moving, funny movie – the Coen Brothers’ best, even better than “No Country For Old Men” – is a folk singer who spends the worst week of his life partly chasing a runaway cat. “Inside Llewyn Davis” is “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog” done Coen Bros.-style, wi
Is there a Hans Gruber in the house?
Can Hannibal Lecter come out and play?
Darth Vader, please report to the principal’s office.
You know where I’m heading with this – it’s our annual list of the most memorable movie villains of the year.
Heroes are only as good as their villains are bad.
If you're a demanding, uptight, attitude-slinging, posse-toting actor, don't bother sending Steve Franks your resume.
The creator of “Psych,” USA's long-running detective comedy-drama, maintains a firm nice-guys-only hiring policy that has been in place since the series launched in 2006.
The Huntington Beach resident
The day after I watched this zesty documentary about the queen of pinups, I found myself behind a pickup sporting two stickers: “Real Men Love Jesus” and, right next to it, one featuring a cartoon of Bettie Page in black lingerie doing a sultry-waitress pose on a playing card. That slogan and that image sum up the two extremes of Pag
“Out of the Furnace” takes place in a small Pennsylvania town where generations of men have followed their fathers into grueling, thankless jobs at steel mills. The work is hard and unsatisfying, but it’s steady and reliable and it pays just enough to cover the bills.
Russell (Christian Bale) is making a go of it, spend
Editor's note: Restaurant critic Brad A. Johnson's first review for the Register was published a year ago this week. Since then, he has made readers aware of new gems, longtime favorites and hidden treasures. This week we'll focus on the best reviews. Here is a roundup, in alphabetical order, of the restaurants in Orange County that got a rating
Rudolph turns 49 this year, the Grinch 47. Ralphie Parker is 31 and good old George Bailey 67.
Yes, the heroes of our favorite Christmas stories are getting up there – but isn't that part of what makes them great? In a season abounding with tradition, the best in holiday television ought to be able to stand the test of time.
If you're a television character, the last couple of weeks have been unusually brutal.
I don't recall a time when more long-running characters have met their demises. (Beware! Spoilers follow.)
Joss Carter (Taraji P. Henson) on “Person of Interest.” Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) on “Sons of Anarchy.” Richard H
It’s a little unsettling to watch a laid-back Woody Harrelson nibbling a healthy seaweed salad in a luxury hotel suite the morning after watching him play a vicious psychopath named Harlan DeGroat in the rust-belt drama “Out of the Furnace.”
It’s just a movie, but one wonders how the same actor who played the swee
Jay Leno has essentially had two jobs in his adult life: stand-up comedian and “Tonight Show” host.
On Feb. 6, the latter occupation comes to an end.
When his 21-year “Tonight Show” run is over, the 63-year-old will be faced with a difficult question: What's next?
A few months ago, NBC Entertainmen