After the coffee. Before seeing if 'Bonnie & Clyde' ratings held up.
The Skinny: I was watching "Sideways" on HBO last night and remembering that when it first came out I thought it was a compelling story about two friends at the crossroads of their lives. Now I realize it's just a movie about a couple of drunks on a road trip. Nothing special. Tuesday's headlines include a rare interview with
Game-changer. Activision Blizzard Inc. Chief Executive Bobby Kotick runs the biggest video game company in the world, but he's no gamer. That hasn't stopped him from overseeing a company that has many more hits than misses. One of his goals going forward is working more closely with Hollywood. In a Los Angeles Times interview, Kotick said, "the talent of Hollywood … for the first time is engaged and interested in our medium in a way where they feel like they actually can help move the art form forward."
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Nothing to say. Time Warner Cable's incoming CEO Rob Marcus and
Monday morning quarterbacking. Forbes has come out with its latest list on actors and actresses who are overpaid. On top of the list is Adam Sandler, whose last two movies — "Jack & Jill" and
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Inside the Los Angeles Times: Gerrick Kennedy on the Grammy nominations and who got overlooked.