Zach Braff is counting on a warm welcome when his latest film, Wish I Was Here, premieres tonight, June 23 at the Directors Guild of America in West Hollywood. Cast members expected to attend include The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, Homeland's Mandy Patinkin, Glee's Kate Hudson, Fargo’s Joey King and Braff's Scrubs' costar Donald Faison at the DGA on Sunset Blvd.
On Tuesday, June 24, Beverly Hills’ Paley Center offers a screening of the second season opener of The Bridge. The evening will include a panel discussion with series stars Diane Kruger, Demian Bichir, Matthew Lillard and series creator and executive producer Elwood Reid.
Also on Tuesday comes a new facet to the growing empire that is Harvey Levin's TMZ. On air personalities from the successful TV series will be featured in The TMZ Comedy Tour at WeHo's Laugh Factory on Sunset Boulevard. Catch TMZ reporters who bring some of the best laughs to the weekday show like Brian McDaniel, Rick Mitchell, Katie Hayes, Myke Anthony and Adam Glyn—all of whom have been doing stand-up comedy for years.
Pulp Fiction’s Alexis Arquette and 12 Monkey’s Felix Pire are among the actors performing at the June 26 free reading of Pire’s script The Outrageously HomoFunky Adventures of Sergio Menendez. The event starts at 7 p.m. at the The L.A. LGBT Center’s The Village at Ed Gould Plaza in their Black Box Theatre.
The American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre will screen Rocky IV and Universal Soldier on June 27, featuring a live interview with cast member Dolph Lundgren between the films.
If you aren't a member of the Paley Center or close to one you'll miss out on the June 29, members only screening of the Agatha Christie's Poirot series finale. Cast member David Suchet will be interviewed about his years of experience playing the acclaimed Belgian detective on PBS.