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LONDON (Reuters) - The unpublished lyrics of an anti-nuclear protest song written by Bob Dylan 50 years ago are to be sold in London next month after being found in a drawer in Sweden. Auction house Christie's said the song - "Go Away You Bomb" - was...
The 2013 Tony nominations were announced Tuesday morning in New York by multiple Tony winner Sutton Foster and "Modern Family" actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson. "Bring It On," "A Christmas Story," "Kinky Boots" and "Matilda: The Musical" were nominated as...
On her Speak Now tour, Taylor Swift has penned song lyrics on her arm each night from songs by other artists that speak to her. Recently, Kenny Chesney, Montgomery Gentry, Sugarland and The Dixie Chicks are just a few of the country artists making it onto...
The books go ever on and on. Forty years after his death at 81, works by J.R.R. Tolkien continue to appear. The latest, "The Fall of Arthur," lists nine works published during his lifetime ("The Lord of the Rings" trilogy appears as a single title) and 24...
Chad Heslup high-tailed it up to Minneapolis a few years ago, to continue to develop his connections with that city's entrenched independent hip-hop scene, but his roots as a rapper are in Chicago, where he began. He returns to the city this weekend to...
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'Epic' Rating: PG for mild action, some scary images and brief rude language Summary: A young human is drawn into the struggle between the forces of life and decay in a forest inhabited by Leaf Men (and women) sprites and reptilian bog dwellers. Kid...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut is finally getting more than a couple days in a row of sunshine, and lots of big, loud, easy-to-understand movies, so it's a perfect time to stuff the car full of kids and head to the drive-in. Forty or so years ago, there were dozens of...
OPENED WEDNESDAY The Hangover Part III There is a certain amount of raunchiness, absurdity and juvenile humor expected from the "Hangover" films. The title itself makes it clear this isn’t a Mensa tea party. The name might suggest low-...
The hopeful title of "Epic" suggests big things in a way that a more accurate title, such as "How to Train Your Hummingbird," would not. The animated result isn't bad. It's an adequate baby sitter. But where's the allure in telling the truth? Twentieth...
ReutersMay 22 (TheWrap.com) - After a nearly four-month dry spell, Hollywood is finally giving moviegoers something to laugh about. The third and final installment in Warner Bros.' raunchy R-rated "Hangover" franchise is kicking off a very busy Memorial Day...
ReutersLOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - When everything around you is stultifyingly familiar, it's the tiny variations that catch your attention. And in "Epic," when the filmmakers take little detours from the reluctant-warrior-accepts-his/her-destiny plot, it brings...
"Epic," which features the voice of Allentown's Amanda Seyfried, began its journey to the big screen courtesy of director Chris Wedge, the filmmaker who directed "Ice Age" and co-founded Blue Sky animation. A few years ago, Wedge and author William Joyce...
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