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ART LINSON is a throwback, the kind of producer who avoids making pre-masticated sequels, doesn't worry about being on power lists and isn't afraid of mixing it up with the studio suits. He's been producing movies for 30 years, having worked with an all-...
Zap2It.comRolling Stone, the one-time counterculture bible that has the "American Idol" judges on the cover of its latest issue, is looking for a new writer. And it plans to conduct the search on television. The soon-to-be-40-year-old magazine has teamed up with...
Times Staff WriterWhat's the difference between a failure and a fiasco? That's the first question Orlando Bloom's character, Drew Baylor, asks himself in Cameron Crowe's "Elizabethtown," and the question he keeps asking throughout. It also echoes some of the critical...
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TIMES FILM CRITICWith his rock background, writer-director Cameron Crowe is at ease with the notion of "Vanilla Sky" being "a cover version" of someone else's tune, "a song," as he puts it, "our band can play." The key question, however, is not whether Crowe can play...
"This is a moment I'll never forget because it's a moment I almost didn't have." -- Renee Zellweger, who was in the restroom when her name was called as best actress in a comedy or musical"He's a one-man explanation of how the English ruled the world...
Times Film CriticIt's a piece of conventional wisdom that, given the less-than-heroic nature of studio accomplishments, this year's Oscar race is a wide-open one. But, like all conventional wisdom, that turns out to be not completely true. On the one hand, the visible...
Times Film Critic"Almost Famous" is not almost anything, it's all there. It's the latest project from writer-director Cameron Crowe, who's used the free ride he earned with "Jerry Maguire's" success to create something to cherish and enjoy, an intimate yet universal...
Times Staff WriterIt was a small detail, but one that had to be reckoned with. Louis Rukeyser, one of America's most popular economic commentators, had set an image of the New York skyline atop his financial newsletter for years. In the center were the World Trade Center's...
Times Staff WriterGina Gershon is one of the best escape artists in movies. Graced with unassuming talent and a pugnaciously beautiful face, the actress has over the course of her storied career developed the curious ability to emerge from duds like "Showgirls" not...
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Tribune staff reporterThis is it, the stretch run, the gallop to the finish line. After months of hype, handicapping and 157 (or so) movie awards shows, the Oscar marathon is finally reaching its end. Can you stand the suspense? Have you made your predictions? Are you mentally...
Times Staff WriterIt's hard not to catch a fame buzz when Hollywood's elite stars do their best to create head-turning glamour, even if it's a sometimes old-fashioned version dished out years ago during Hollywood's golden age. It still wears well. The evidence? Look no...
Times Staff WritersThe effects-driven Roman spectacle "Gladiator" slew the crouching tiger and a trio of other celluloid adversaries Sunday evening, winning five Oscars, including best picture, at the 73rd Academy Awards. Its star, Russell Crowe, and Julia Roberts of "Erin...
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