Author: Dani Dudek
It's almost time for the celebrities of SXSW Film to descend upon Austin. These are the actors we're keeping our fingers crossed to actually come to town.
It's almost time for SXSW, and we know plenty of celebrities will be in attendance, as is usual. Here are a few we expect to see this year.
Whether you watch your TV live or binge watch on-demand or through an app, we count 15 actors with Austin ties that you can currently see on screen.
Austinite Dennis Quaid took to CBS this weekend to promote his new movie and to share his love for Texas and his mama as his family celebrated her birthday.
Nicolas Cage fans were treated to a very special surprise this weekend, as Cage attended and sat through the entire C4GED marathon at Alamo Drafthouse.
Actor, sports host, former DJ -- Danny Trevino is a man of many talents. We sat down with him to find out how he's doing in this business we call show.
Matthew McConaughey recently revealed to "Good Morning America" that there is one special person who caused him to put down roots in Austin.
Get giddy, y'all! Austinite Mike Judge has a new animated series coming out this year -- fingers crossed it's as amazing as "King of the Hill."
You may have gotten to know Collins Tuohy through 'The Blind Side' movie, now you can get to know her through her cookie company!
Rodeo Austin will host over 100 live music performances during the 15-day fair and rodeo.
Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots Million Dollar Show for St. Jude was a celebration of past fundraising success for the research hospital.
Austin-based band Ruby & the Reckless' new song "Ticket Out" will be featured on Thursday night's Nashville premiere on CMT.
This Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar you can be one with the force and one with an alliance of Carrie Fisher fans lighting up the sky in honor of the woman who we loved.
For the second year in a row, Rachael Ray is donating money to animal causes around the country through the Santa Paws campaign.
Are you ready to ring in the new year Austin style? Well, you've come to the right place. These are the hippest ways to say hello to 2018 in the ATX!
Actor Marshall Allman is from right here in Austin, and he has a new project that he wants the world to know about (and get behind).
Now through December 17, you can view and purchase artwork inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob SquarePants, Ren and Stimpy and Rocko's Modern Life.
While you’re running around doing your holiday shopping and entertaining, keep your eyes peeled for celebrities. Many actors and musicians hail from Austin and head home for the holidays.
Former Texas A&M and Cleveland Brown’s quarterback Johnny Manziel is being sued.
Bill Murray in Austin? Bill Murray at the Lupe Fiasco show? Bill Murray at THE BELMONT?
Oscar winner and Austin's favorite resident Matthew McConaughey surprised a group of University of Texas students by giving them a ride on Monday as part of the school's Sure Walk program.
The six-episode series revolves around two CIA agents tasked with protecting a notorious drug lord who’s flying around the world on a luxury plane selling drugs
Shia LaBeouf just can’t stay out of trouble in Austin.