After the coffee. Before getting my boat out of the garage.
The Skinny: Am I the only one disappointed (but not surprised) that Jay Leno couldn't go two weeks without popping back up on a late-night TV show? Maybe there is a 12-step program for him. Loving this rain but hope its gone by Sunday so my colleagues working the red carpet aren't drenched. Today's headlines include the box-office preview and, of course, more Oscar coverage.
Daily Dose: Time Warner Cable feels so bad that some Los Angeles viewers had their Super Bowl disrupted by a brief outage that it is even sending gift cards to folks that are no longer customers of the pay-TV provider. My colleague
A challenge from above. "The Lego Movie" has beaten back all challengers with ease the last few weeks, but the arrival of "Non-Stop," a new
The boss' kid. Husband-and-wife producers Mark Burnett and
Parity comes to the
Horror show? Jason Blum has earned a reputation for making scary movies on the cheap.
Something fishy here? SeaWorld is firing back at an investigator involved in the probe of the death of a trainer attacked by an orca at one of its water parks that inspired the documentary "Blackfish." SeaWorld charges that the investigator for the
Inside the Los Angeles Times: Mary McNamara on the return of
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