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Assembled from spare parts of "Footloose" and "Sister Act," the serviceable gospel contraption "Joyful Noise" takes place in an economically hard-hit Georgia town, where the multiracial members of the Divinity Church Choir raise voices and spirits under...
Culture Monster-- Lawsuit: The Art Institute of Chicago is suing a London engineering firm for what it calls delays and shoddy engineering in its Modern Wing addition that opened last year. (Chicago Tribune) -- Windfall: The Kennedy Center for the Performing......
Zap2ItA Georgia town puts lots of importance on a local church choir emerging victorious from a competition in writer-director Todd Graff's ("Bandslam") pleasant, tuneful comedy, which gives Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah chances to show off both their...
SEPT. 9 All's Faire in Love A college football star has to make up for his many absences by working at a Renaissance fair, where he falls for an aspiring actress. With Christina Ricci, Owen Benjamin, Cedric the Entertainer and Matthew Lillard. Written...
Zap2It.com"Law & Order," which is as famous for its periodic cast shakeups as it is for its longevity, is shuffling the deck once again. Dennis Farina, who's played NYPD Detective Joe Fontana on "L&O" since 2004, is turning in his badge. Farina has been a...
SPECIAL TO ZAP2ITWhen it hit theaters last Thanksgiving, moviegoers gave Chris Columbus' sprawling cinematic adaptation of Jonathan Larson's Broadway smash "Rent" a kind of collective shrug, as if to say: "Yeah, okay, you got most of the original cast back and there's...
Zap2It.com"Law & Order" star Jesse L. Martin had a rude homecoming in Buffalo, N.Y., earlier this week. The actor was the victim of a robbery in his hometown on Monday, when thieves stole luggage belonging to him and two others from the SUV while he was eating...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Crimes, Entertainment, Movies
Milena Govich is still adjusting to laying down the "Law," but she feels she's better at it. After she co-starred last season on "Conviction," executive producer Dick Wolf moved the actress to his flagship show "Law & Order" for its current season...
Tags: New York, Laws, Criminal Laws, Law & Order (tv program), Crimes
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