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Times Staff WriterJohn Cusack has a boyish demeanor that's disarmingly perfect for playing a crook, while there's something cagey about Billy Bob Thornton that does not exactly inspire trust. Yet in the sly and sophisticated noir comedy "The Ice Harvest," Cusack's Charlie,...
Zap2It.comFrom "Lucky You" and "We Are Marshall" shifting into Oscar-friendly late fall slots to "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince" staking its claim to Thanksgiving 2008, Warner Bros. issued a slew of scheduling updates this week. For the fall, the...
Zap2It.comMichael Chiklis has booked a key supporting role in the DreamWorks thriller "Eagle Eye" opposite Shia LaBeouf. "Eagle Eye" is already in production with LaBeouf's "Disturbia" director D.J. Caruso at the helm. Most recently drafted by Hillary Seitz,...
Zap2It.comThe comedy "School for Scoundrels," about a victimized, love-struck New York meter maid (Jon Heder of "Napoleon Dynamite") who gets tutored in jerky alpha male-ness, may not be as devilishly enjoyable as its title suggests, but it's by no means like...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHERE is no such thing as a Richard Jenkins movie, though he's been in more than 70 of them. Even in his best-known role -- as the mortuary paterfamilias, Nathaniel Fisher, on the HBO series "Six Feet Under" -- Jenkins was dead, haunting the characters...
Zap2It.comConnie Britton is set to revisit her role in "Friday Night Lights," and Teri Polo is headed back into the sitcom world after "The West Wing" concludes. The two actresses are joined in the newest pilot casting by Ben Shenkman ("Angels in America"), Rachel...
Zap2It.comFrom "Die Hard" to "Live Free and Die Hard," Bruce Willis' career has come full circle. In honor of his achievements, the actor received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday morning (Oct. 16), report news soucres. "I used to come down here and...
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Zap2It.comThe Academy may have given him an honorary Oscar earlier this year, but 81-year-old Robert Altman isn't planning to slow down. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Altman and writer Stephen Harrigan are developing a feature based on S.R. Bindler's well-...
Zap2It.comFour designers. Three seasons of "Project Runway." Two months to create a collection. One winner. Jeffrey Sebelia strutted off as "Project Runway's" top designer on Wednesday, Oct. 18 with his Japanese nightmare-inspired collection sporting a rock 'n'...
Elizabeth Snead, The EnvelopeWhy so glum, Angelina? Several people have mentioned how cold and aloof Angelina Jolie appeared at the Golden Globes in her understated gray chiffon St. John Couture strapless gown. It was a marked change between Angie's upbeat and smiling demeanor at...
Times Staff WriterLike the New Coke and numerous other commercial products, "The Legend of Zorro," theoretically a new and improved Zorro movie, is not as satisfying as the old and unimproved version. In a zealous attempt to broaden its appeal, the Zorro franchise has...
Spin CycleGo here for a very funny clip of Tina Fey's appearance on Letterman tonight. She discusses Palin's persona and voice, which she calls "a little bit Fargo, a little bit Reese Witherspoon in Election." She says odd o's and......
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