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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIT used to be that violence, even more than comedy, was the kiss of death for Oscar movies. Then came blood-saturated films like "Crash" and "The Departed," which overturned some of those rules. But perhaps no movie exemplifies how the Oscars have...
Zap2It.comBrad Pitt will reunite with George Clooney for the Coen Brothers' "Burn After Reading." The film, set up at Working Title Films, has also added frequent Coen collaborator (and wife of Joel Coen) Frances McDormand. While The Hollywood Reporter knows that...
Zap2It.comAmerican films dominate the competition slate for the 60th Cannes Film Festival. Announced Thursday (April 19), the Cannes Film Festival will open with director Wong Kar Wai's first English-language feature, the star-studded "My Blueberry Nights,"...
Special to The TimesJAVIER BARDEM seems an unlikely chameleon. The handsome, muscular former Spanish national rugby team player with the broken nose should be easy to pick out of a lineup. But perhaps the most remarkable thing about the widely acclaimed actor is his...
Tags: Josh Brolin, Movies, Javier Bardem, Mike Newell, Entertainment
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFinally, a weekend to hooray about in Hollywood. After seven straight weekends of ticket sales below year-ago levels, box-office grosses came out on the plus side, led by an estimated $19.4 million for the Coen brothers' "Burn After Reading" and $18...
In the late 1990s, a lot of American artists fancied themselves filmmakers. Most got stuck in a no man's land that was not very fun to visit. On the upside, artists enjoyed the freedom of including feature-length videos in their installations. And they...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Slumdog Millionaire," a modern-day fable about an orphan from Mumbai who ends up on a television game show, is shaping up to be this movie season's Cinderella story. At one point, it seemed poised to go straight to DVD after its original studio,...
It pays to be early, or so that was the thinking behind Sony Picture Classics' decision to send out the academy screener of the Sundance hit " Frozen River" back on Sept. 24. Yes, that was five months before the February 2009 Oscar ceremony, and way...
Tags: Melissa Leo, Angelina Jolie, Movies, Elections, Meryl Streep
Sentinel Movie CriticDisaster Movie is the latest and most slap-dash of the movie parodies to atrophy out of the Scary Movie franchise. It shows more signs of the postpartum depression that these movies have felt since the Wayans Brothers gave them to Jason Friedberg and...
Sentinel Movie CriticWest Texas is a desolate place that can't support much in the way of trees or people. And those who live there learn to look out for one another — or they did, in an earlier age. But that is changing. Drug- and immigrant-smuggling have raised the...
AS "No Country for Old Men" star Josh Brolin said in accepting the Screen Actors Guild Award for ensemble cast, "The Coen brothers are freaky little people, you know, and we did a freaky little movie." Indeed, sitting down with the notoriously press-shy,...
Shiver me timbers R.L. Stine, author of the beloved "Goosebumps" series of creepy, crawly stories, is heading to "HorrorLand." The ghoulish theme park will be the springboard for 12 new tales, with Scholastic Books planning to release the first two...
Tags: Joan Didion, Punishment, Wally Lamb, Cormac McCarthy, Fiction
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