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Actor Unlike in the series categories, the Emmys don't force voters to view DVDs in the movie and miniseries categories. Nominees are chosen by a popular vote of industry actors, which favors name recognition. It's the same process used in the Academy...
Zap2It.comWinners of the 59th Annual Primetime Emmys are listed in bold along with their fellow nominees. Drama Series - 'Boston Legal' - 'Grey's Anatomy' - 'Heroes' - 'House' - 'The Sopranos' Comedy Series - 'Entourage' - 'The Office' - '30 Rock' -...
Zap2It.comAndy Serkis' two most famous movie roles are ones in which he is utterly unrecognizable, and now he's set to transform again (if not quite so radically) to play Albert Einstein in an HBO project. Serkis will play the renowned physicist in "Einstein and...
Zap2It.comThe 65th annual Golden Globes will air on NBC, but they'll have a distinct cable-TV feel. Cable series dominate the major television categories, with seven of the 11 nominated comedy and drama series hailing from non-broadcast networks. The series...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer2008-01-13 17:07:06.0 Choire Sicha: Looks like we're slowly easing into this thing--we should have our act together in mere moments. Anyway! For those not near a T.V., there wasn't much to miss--although I had no idea that William Shatner was 76? And that...
Zap2It.comUnplanned pregnancy, greed and facing incredible personal challenges were a few recurring themes among the America Film Institute's picks for the best films of the year. AFI released its Top 10 film and TV lists for 2007 on Sunday, Dec. 16. Among the...
This question is not about the bulls in particular, but it is something I've always wondered about. Why do sports writers write in the style they write? For example, at the end of your article about the Bulls' loss to the Magic, you conclude with Chris...
The raucous comedy "Knocked Up," the animated family film "Ratatouille," the final season of "The Sopranos" and the freshman comedy-fantasy series "Pushing Daisies" were named Sunday by the American Film Institute as among the best works in film and...
Times Staff WriterPremiering tonight, the HBO movie "Longford" stars Jim Broadbent as the real-life Frank Pakenham, Earl of Longford, an esteemed but doddering Labor Parliamentarian with a soft spot for society's unwanted and condemned. Samantha Morton plays the real-...
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Sun Movie CriticRocket Science, an unconventional coming-of-age yarn that the Johns Hopkins University grad Jeffrey Blitz filmed in Baltimore two summers ago, will premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival, which kicks off today in Park City, Utah. "I'd be lying if...
Times Staff WriterThough the Sundance Film Festival takes understandable pains to distance itself from Hollywood, it becomes more apparent every year that William Goldman's great rule of studio filmmaking applies to the independent world as well: Nobody knows anything....
Zap2It.comJim Broadbent vanishes so completely into his film roles that he seems less a character actor than a phantom. Watch his recent gallery of performances -- as testy librettist W.S. Gilbert in "Topsy-Turvy," manic impresario Harold Zidler in "Moulin Rouge"...
Tags: HBO (tv network), England, Andy Serkis, Peter Jackson, Prisons
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