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Zap2It.comGolden Globe winner Uma Thurman has signed on to an HBO movie adaptation of acclaimed playwright David Hare's drama "The Zinc Bed." Paddy Considine ("Hot Fuzz," "Cinderella Man") and Jonathan Pryce ("Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End") will also...
Zap2It.comVanessa Anne Hudgens isn't "Breaking Free" of her "High School Musical" success. Capitalizing on her fame from the Disney Channel's popular movie musical, the 17-year-old starlet has signed an exclusive recording deal with Hollywood Records. Her as yet...
By now, some folks probably take the Kennedy Center Honors for granted. After all, no matter who is president, they happen. These awards are the country's most prestigious honors for the arts. Sure, everyone tunes in for the Academy Awards to see whether...
Sun StaffIf George Washington were alive today, his favorite place to spend the day just might be in the historic district of Annapolis. Almost every street in Annapolis has a story to tell. Many of the homes, buildings and restaurants are more than 200 years old....
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 24, 1998 Mani Rathnam's sweeping, poignant "Roja" revitalizes the mainstream commercial Indian movie in ways unexpected. Indian audiences expect lots of escapism from their pictures, which generally means interminable genre...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 3, 2000 Trying to cheer up gay best pal Robert (Rupert Everett) after the AIDS-related deathof one of his friends, Abbie (Madonna) takes a kitchen moment in "The Next Best Thing" to say she knows just what she wants in the way of...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 24, 1999 Primitive peoples, or so it's said, resist being photographed, believing that the creation of an image robs them of their souls. A quaint notion, perhaps, but how else can you explain what's happened to "Angela's Ashes"? ...
Times Staff Writer"The Motorcycle Diaries" is not what you might be expecting. Though it links future charismatic revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, criminally attractive Mexican actor Gael García Bernal and a Norton 500 motorcycle nicknamed "La Poderosa," the powerful...
Tribune arts reporterThirty years ago, an original musical still could cut the kind of broad swath through mainstream popular culture. Today that would be unthinkable. Songs from "Evita" were a fixture at the top of the British charts. And the UK pop-royalty of the time —...
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Tribune arts criticIn a major boost for Chicago tourism, Loop businesses and the Chicago theater community, the producers of the Broadway show "Wicked" are creating a dedicated Chicago company of the hit that will remain at the Oriental Theatre for months--and maybe even...
TRIBUNE ARTS CRITIC2 stars (out of 4) Depending on your predilection, the movie version of "The Phantom of the Opera" is about as good — or as bad — as its phenomenally successful stage original. Andrew Lloyd Webber's kitschy theatrical spectacle is now a kitschy...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESWednesday December 18, 1996 It remains to be seen whether Eva Peron's impact on cinema will be as profound as her impact on Argentina, but she's certainly having her fair share of screen time this year. The subject of Alan Parker's adaptation of the...
Tags: Entertainment, Television, Cinema Industry, Argentina, Death
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