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The Big PictureYou gotta hand it to Harvey Weinstein. Knowing all along that “Blue Valentine,” though loaded with great acting and filmmaking, was a serious downer of a marital drama, he decided he had to sell the sizzle. Weinstein cagily picked an......
Culture MonsterMaybe it was the generally underwhelming reception of her last two movies — "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" and "Never Let Me Go" — that has actress/hot-young-thing Carey Mulligan pining for more theater work. The 25-year-old Brit is set to......
Culture MonsterOfficially ridiculous: Producers of Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" have delayed the opening of the musical once again, with a new date set for March 15. (Los Angeles Times) Making a statement: The Museum of Modern Art in New......
The Theater LoopTHEATER REVIEW: "Let us think of these things always. Let us speak of them never" ★★★ Through Sunday at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave.; Tickets: $28 at 312-397-4010 or www.mcachicago.org Theater, you might say, is a....
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the blog Michael Sragow Gets Reel: It hasn't been a great era for haunted-house movies. The third version of "House of Wax," in 2005, was awful enough to kill off the form, at least as far as big American studios were concerned. The day my review...
Special to the Tribune"Imperfect Birds" By Anne Lamott Penguin Group, 288 pages, $25.95 We might as well begin with Ingmar Bergman’s film “The Seventh Seal,” which plays at a local theater in Anne Lamott’s new novel, “Imperfect Birds,” and...
Most readers know the Swedish author Henning Mankell either for his political views — he is a strident critic of Israel and participated in the protest flotilla attempting to run its Gaza blockade earlier this year — or for his mysteries...
How's this for a slice of irony? Mario Batali, dressed in a suit, no orange Crocs in sight, is seated at a gleaming restaurant counter in a Manhattan eatery, haranguing a chef who works for him: "In a down economy, green doesn't play," Batali insists...
Edwin Newman, known to several generations of television viewers as the dry-witted NBC reporter and commentator who covered coronations and assassinations and wrote two bestselling books on Americans' mangling of the English language, has died. He was 91....
Culture MonsterOscar-winner Catherine Zeta-Jones has never been shy about her roots in the musical theater, having starred in numerous stage productions in Britain before becoming the star of such film hits as "Chicago" and "Traffic." Now after weeks of gossip and......
David Carradine, who became a TV icon in the early 1970s starring as an enigmatic Buddhist monk with a flair for martial arts in "Kung Fu" and more recently played the head of a group of assassins in the "Kill Bill" movies, has been found dead in Bangkok,...
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