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The Big PictureWhen it comes to healthcare legislation, congressional Republicans keep saying let's scrap the whole thing and start from scratch. That's sort of the way conservative bloggers feel about Hollywood movies, with an emphasis on the "scratch the whole thing"...
Company TownElectronic Arts Inc. has issued its own Bourne ultimatum. The video game company said it was exterminating a planned game based on the Jason Bourne spy novels and movies. That move raises serious questions about the future of a 10-year......
Frankly My Dear» Orlando Sentinel – Frankly My DearA remake of that '60s sci-fi classic Fantastic Voyage has been in the works for some time. It was originally scheduled to come out this year, as a matter of fact. That won't happen. But now, one of our greatest filmmakers, Paul Greengrass, may be ready to...
The Big PictureIt's no secret that Universal is going to take a bath on "Green Zone," which cost upwards of $100 million to make -- Time's Richard Corliss has it at $130 million -- and only did $14.3 million in its opening......
The police chief -------------------- By William J. Bratton -------------------- SEPT. 11, 2001, primary election day in New York City, began as a picture-perfect day. Early that morning, I'd done a call-in interview with radio show host Don...
Zap2It.comJulia Roberts is expected to star in a biopic of murdered conservationist and filmmaker Joan Root. The project, set up at Working Title Films, will be adapted by David Magee ("Finding Neverland") from the Vanity Fair article "A Flowering Evil."...
Tags: Documentary (genre), Death, Julia Roberts, Movies, Entertainment
Zap2It.comDirected by Doug Liman, "The Bourne Identity" was a spiffy little summer action movie, carried by brisk car stunts and a confident performance by Matt Damon. Paul Greengrass took over "The Bourne Supremacy" and ratcheted up the tension to stomach-churning...
IN 2007, the early heavyweight contenders for Oscar are just that -- heavy. "In the Valley of Elah" deals with the death of a soldier after a tour of duty in Iraq. "Rendition" examines the CIA practice of shuttling foreign nationals it deems suspicious...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ IT says something about Paul Greengrass' directing style that he's able to make a movie as fresh and frank as "The Bourne Ultimatum" from a genre as moldy and bombastic as the spy thriller, but it's hard...
Zap2It.comWith Morgan Freeman attached to play Nelson Mandela, a film about the 1995 Rugby World Cup is on the verge of picking up some more Oscar-winning talent. According to Variety, Warner Bros. is in talks to co-finance "The Human Factor," based on John...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's a long way from Baghdad to one of Hollywood's most exclusive film viewing venues -- the lushly appointed screening theater at Paramount Studios -- but Marine Sgt. Rudy Reyes has made the journey across the physical and cultural divide. Reyes, who...
Tags: Television, Los Angeles Times, Iraq, Documentary (genre), Death
Zap2It.comParis — CROWNED at Cannes one minute only to be buried in Britain the next, Ken Loach's new film, "The Wind That Shakes the Barley," arrives in the U.S. with a rabble-rousing reputation. In May, Loach marched up Cannes' red steps to receive his...
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