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Zap2It.comStanley Kamel, who is known for his roles on "Monk" and "Beverly Hills, 90210," has died. He was 65. The actor was found dead of a heart attack in his Hollywood Hills home on Tuesday, April 8 by his longtime agents and friends, Donna Massetti and Marilyn...
Times Staff WriterOscar De La Hoya, the people's champion who lost the World Boxing Council's super-welterweight belt last weekend in his match against Floyd Mayweather Jr., has sold his Big Bear Lake property for about $2.1 million. It was bought by mixed martial arts...
Tags: Property, Sports, Television, Auction Service, Kate Jackson
Zap2It.comCameron Diaz's latest fashion faux pas is more of a political fiasco. On Friday, June 22, the "Shrek the Third" actress carried a bag that featured a Maoist slogan and image during a visit to Machu Picchu in Peru, where there's a bitter history with...
Tags: Celebrities, Cameron Diaz, Peru, History, Politics
Smythson of Bond Street, the luxury British stationery and leather goods brand, puts its stamp on Beverly Hills this month with a store in the Two Rodeo shopping complex. The store, the second in the U.S., will have a Bespoke Salon, where customers can...
Zap2It.com"Charlie's Angels" director and "The O.C." producer McG wants to join the comic-book adaptation bandwagon. Warner Bros. has picked up the rights to "Maintenance" for the filmmaker's Wonderland Sound & Vision to producer and for McG to possibly direct,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 3, 2000 "Charlie's Angels" is a potato chip of a movie. Tasty and lightweight, it's fine for a cinematic snack, if that's what you're looking for. Making it an entire meal, however, really isn't advisable. Starring Cameron...
Tags: Bill Murray, Television, Betty Thomas, Luke Wilson, Lucy Liu
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOne day when he was in the fourth grade, Keith Edmier of Tinley Park, Ill., entered a Kay-Bee Toy & Hobby Shop and laid eyes upon a certain poster of a certain smiling actress with blond tresses and a red swimsuit. The year was 1976, maybe 1977, and...
Tags: Television, Mississippi, Arts and Culture, Arts, Tinley Park
Times Staff WriterIronic sampling is par for the course in teen comedies today, especially when the comedy in question draws its humor from the stylistic conventions of silly movies and television shows created before we were all postmodern. Parody has become so widespread...
Tribune movie reporterThe sequels and franchise flicks scored big last summer, so what do we get? More of the same this year. Check out the titles, and you might conclude that this is the year of the colon. But don't be fooled by the amount of noise generated by the highest-...
Special to The TimesWhen location manager Timothy Hillman needed a house that would make a statement about the Barbara Walters-type mother Jane Fonda portrays in the upcoming film "Monster-in-Law," he settled on a majestic 1927 Wallace Neff home in Pasadena as the character'...
Tags: Television, Architecture, Arts and Culture, Health, California
Special to the TribuneVideo games tied to movies are an increasingly important hybrid, and with "Enter the Matrix," one of the most anticipated crossover games of the year, Shiny Entertainment hopes to set a new standard for what such a tie-in can be. The pace of change is...
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