Herbert Lom, who played the twitching, exasperated Parisian police inspector driven to the edge of madness and beyond by Peter Sellers’s Jacques Clouseau in the “Pink Panther” movie franchise, has died. He was 95.
A racy Jeff Koons sculpture and an assemblage of Jackie Kennedy portraits by Andy Warhol drew tepid bidding last night as Sotheby’s New York saw its lowest tally for an evening contemporary-art auction in two years.
Blake Edwards , the versatile and volatile Hollywood figure who wrote, directed or produced eight “Pink Panther” movies and films such as “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Days of Wine and Roses,” “10” and “Victor/Victoria,” has died. He was 88.
Google Inc. turned over its campus to Vince Vaughn and a team of Hollywood filmmakers, letting them use the Silicon Valley icon for “The Internship,” a comedy about jobless, tech-challenged 40-year-olds.
A spy thriller needs a spine as stiff as James Bond’s martini to nickname a character Moneypenny. BBC America’s retro-hip “The Hour” certainly has the nerve, and occasionally even the punch to back it up.
Toronto-Dominion Bank was sanctioned by a federal judge in Miami for “willfully” concealing evidence relevant to a trial over whether it aided a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme by disbarred attorney Scott Rothstein.