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  • Fox apologizes for use of fake news sites in 'A Cure for Wellness' ad campaign

    Fox apologizes for use of fake news sites in 'A Cure for Wellness' ad campaign

    In a rare mea culpa from a major Hollywood studio, 20th Century Fox is apologizing for an unconventional online ad campaign that it recently launched for “A Cure for Wellness,” a psychological horror movie from New Regency that opened Friday. The digital campaign included several fake news sites...

  • German label Giegling shut out the world for a weekend in L.A.

    German label Giegling shut out the world for a weekend in L.A.

    With all the inherent challenges in maintaining underground club music, perhaps there’s some safety in numbers.  And not in terms of crowd size.  As the sun came up on the Boyle Heights warehouse housing last weekend’s showcase from the German label Giegling, the dozen-strong crew of DJs, producers...

  • A real life look at the crazy odds and tortured dreams of making it in La La Land

    A real life look at the crazy odds and tortured dreams of making it in La La Land

    (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times) A real life look at the crazy odds and tortured dreams of making it in La La Land By Jeffrey Fleishman Feb. 17, 2017 Beyond a stretch of thrift stores and nail salons, in a small Panorama City house he shares with eight people, four dogs and a lot of crucifixes,...

  • New to Hulu, 'Golden Girls' is as timeless as ever

    New to Hulu, 'Golden Girls' is as timeless as ever

    What if the most radical television show of 2017 turns out to be a series created in 1985? It’s hard to shake that feeling since “Golden Girls,” which twice won the Emmy for comedy series, began streaming on Hulu on Feb. 13. The series would stand out among today’s crop of comedies for plenty of...

  • TV This Week, Feb. 19-25: NBC’s 90th anniversary and more

    TV This Week, Feb. 19-25: NBC’s 90th anniversary and more

      SUNDAY The best of basketball’s best, including Steph Curry and LeBron James, will be in the Big Easy for the “2017 NBA All-Star Game.” 5:20 p.m. TBS, TNT “The Good Wife’s” Christine Baranski spins off into the new legal drama “The Good Fight,” which bows on broadcast and streaming, with subsequent...

  • With 'Dirty Projectors,' Dave Longstreth lights his own path

    With 'Dirty Projectors,' Dave Longstreth lights his own path

    Can an album look inward and out at the same time? Dave Longstreth thinks so, and he’s just made one that proves it. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist at the core of Dirty Projectors, Longstreth is known to indie-rock fans for his knotty compositions and high-flown concepts. In 2009...

  • Richard Curtis' politics of faith, hope and 'Love, Actually'

    Richard Curtis' politics of faith, hope and 'Love, Actually'

    In  the most politically-tinged awards season in memory,  many winners and performers  have used their  platforms to  speak out about social and political issues — diversity, the travel ban, insulting perceptions of women and a sense we’re living on a harsher, less-tolerant planet. There have been...

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