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Zap2It.comRecent double Razzie winner M. Night Shyamalan will bring his next opus to Fox. According to Variety, 20th Century Fox has greenlit "The Happening," a spec script thriller Shyamalan hopes to begin shooting by August. That means that while 2007 may pass...
Zap2It.comTwo-time Tony winner Cherry Jones will take up residence in the White House" for the seventh season of "24." FOX offers very little information about Jones' role in the show, except to say that when "24" returns in January, she'll be playing President...
Here's a sampling of our panel's opinions on some of the films that opened recently: ' Tropic Thunder' 2 1/2 stars (fair-good) Momgreenbem: This movie was terrible. I don't know how it ever got three stars. I do not know how anyone as talented as Ben...
Zap2It.comPaul Giamatti knows when you are sleeping. He knows when you're awake. He knows if you've been bad or good, so be good, for goodness sake. Giamatti, a recent Oscar nominee for "Cinderella Man," is expected to co-star as St. Nick in an untitled holiday...
Zap2It.comWhile he's made previous films for older viewers, M. Night Shyamalan's latest is for the children and he'll soon have the picture book to prove it. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers will publish the companion text to Shyamalan's summer film "Lady...
Tags: Bryce Dallas Howard, Children, Death, Movies, Paul Giamatti
Zap2It.comOn Tuesday (June 18) Walt Disney Studios chairman Dick Cook announced a different direction for the studio's film output, prompting a shake-up that left Nina Jacobson out as Motion Picture Group president. Oren Aviv, most recently president of...
Times Staff WriterAt this late stage, it's impossible to separate Vincent Gallo's second film, "The Brown Bunny," from the snits, scandals and flights of weirdness it's engendered since last year, when a rough cut shown at Cannes prompted Roger Ebert to pronounce it the...
Tags: Cheryl Tiegs, Vincent Gallo, Roger Ebert, Vehicles, Movies
Times Staff WriterSince "The Sixth Sense," M. Night Shyamalan has had phenomenal popularity with his explorations of the supernatural — his last film was "Signs" with Mel Gibson — but with "The Village" he has overreached. It's tedious instead of provocative...
Tomorrow - The Agronomist: Jonathan Demme, keeping his hand in documentaries and pursuing his fascination with Haiti (previously reflected in a CD compilation of Haitian music), tells the story of the volatile Caribbean nation through the dissident...
Times Staff WriterDon't let M. Night Shyamalan's success fool you. Just because "The Sixth Sense" is the 10th-highest-grossing film of all time, don't think of him as a writer-director of blockbusters. It's just not so. Shyamalan's latest film, the Mel Gibson-starring...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 20, 1998 "Wide Awake" is a wonderful family film that deals sensitively, and even with humor, with a fairly unusual situation for the screen: a 9-year-old's struggles with his faith in God. It conveys just how devastating the...
FOR THE TIMESFriday August 6, 1999 It would be rash--foolhardy, even--to imply that summer '99 has seen anything like a renaissance of the horror genre. "Lake Placid" and "Deep Blue Sea" were beached whales. "The Haunting" had all the psychological terror of a...
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