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Jay-Z plans to put a modern spin on jazz when he lends himself to the soundtrack for "The Great Gatsby." Although the Bullitts, the musical designation for producer/musician Jeymes Samuel, leaked the news late last year, Jay-Z’s involvement was...
Tags: Music Theater, Beyonce, Music, Leonardo DiCaprio, Movies
Director Baz Luhrmann already tipped his hand in the trailer for his upcoming adaptation of "The Great Gatbsy." Among the songs heard was the Jay-Z-led track "No Church in the Wild," his 2011 collaboration with Kanye West. The use married an examination...
RedEyeDwayne "The Rock" Johnson needs a hero. Actually, he needs a roster of people who think they can be heroes for his upcoming TNT reality competition series "The Hero." Casting producers for Electus and 5x5 Media are coming to Chicago Oct. 20 to interview...
Tags: Values, Mall of America, Heroism, TBS (tv network), Weaponry
Times Staff WriterAh, movie divorce. The dinner over the sink loneliness. The ice cream out of a carton sadness. The bad date montages. About three-quarters of the way through "Must Love Dogs," Sarah (Diane Lane) suffers her first big romantic setback, at which point my...
Tags: Comedy (genre), John Bailey, Stockard Channing, Ice Cream, Death
The TV ZoneNow you see him...tonight, you won't (Getty) Let's clear this up right now - Justin Timberlake does not, repeat not, star in "The Phone," premiering tonight on MTV, at 10. Doesn't sing or perform either - nothing to do......
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 10, 1999 "Best Laid Plans" is a sharp contemporary noir thriller that may be a tad too clever for its own good at the finish, but getting there is sufficiently tense and intriguing that you may not mind too much that the overly...
Tags: Rape, Chris Moore, Death, Colleges and Universities, Texas
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 1, 1999 It is entirely possible that a movie more unpleasant than "Plunkett & Macleane" will open in the roughly three months prior to the year 2000, but you wouldn't want to put money on it. Working Title Films, the generally...
TIMES FILM CRITIC"You know those movies, with Chinese guys kicking and screaming all the time?" a woman named Jessica asks in "Kiss of the Dragon." Yes, Jessica, we do know those movies, and this is one of them. The latest example of the mainstreaming of Asian action...
Tags: Canal+, Arts and Culture, Burt Kwouk, Death, Yasser Arafat
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 5, 1999 "The Bone Collector" remembers what thrillers often forget. A tribute to old-fashioned craftsmanship and skill both on and off the screen, it's as crisp and efficient as its law enforcement protagonists, able to make the best...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday May 18, 2001 "Etonne-moi"--astonish me--ballet impresario Sergei Diaghilev famously encouraged poet Jean Cocteau, and "Moulin Rouge" follows his advice. Most of the time. A fever dream of musical spectacle, its dizzying visual and melodic...
Tags: Nicole Kidman, Dance, Ewan McGregor, Sting, Career and Workplace
Jan A.P. Kaczmarek "I cannot tell you how happy I am," Kaczmarek said in accepting his award. "I should certainly take this opportunity to, as the first person in the room to thank [Miramax Films co-chairman] Harvey Weinstein for his support."...
Times Staff Writer"The Clearing" is an intelligent thriller that adroitly explores a longtime marriage through the remorseless workings of the suspense genre, in which Pieter Jan Brugge's acutely observant direction and Justin Haythe's thoughtful script allow Robert...
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