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  • Patti Smith sings goodbye to 'Aqua Teen Hunger Force'

    Patti Smith sings goodbye to 'Aqua Teen Hunger Force'

    This weekend Adult Swim's long-running animated series starring an anthropomorphic shake, a box of French fries and a wad of meat will end. After 11 seasons, "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" will conclude the series. And to say so long, punk rock artist and poet Patti Smith has created the song "Aqua Teen...

  • 'Fear' turns L.A. into a shadow of its usual self

    'Fear' turns L.A. into a shadow of its usual self

    New undead horror series "Fear the Walking Dead" may take place in the brief, pre-apocalypse glow of Los Angeles, but don't expect this new walker horde to be made of sun-kissed cheeks in overpriced tank tops shambling down the streets of Beverly Hills. "The Walking Dead" spinoff hopes to ground...

  • Carl Sagan movie is in the works at Warner Bros.

    Carl Sagan movie is in the works at Warner Bros.

    Carl Sagan is made of star stuff. Well, we all are, but it is the late astrophysicist who shared that lesson with TV audiences who is getting a biopic.

  • Fans remember Yvonne Craig with #BeBatgirlDay

    Fans remember Yvonne Craig with #BeBatgirlDay

    Yvonne Craig, the first actress to play Batgirl on screen, died this week after a two-year battle with breast cancer. Fans took to Twitter to celebrate her legacy as one of the first actresses to bring a female superhero to life in the 1960s "Batman" TV series. Craig as Barbara Gordon fought crime,...

  • That time Yvonne Craig ran over Vincent Price with the Batgirlcycle

    That time Yvonne Craig ran over Vincent Price with the Batgirlcycle

    Editor's note: This week actress Yvonne Craig passed away, causing us to pause and reflect on her legacy as Batgirl, her lacy motorcycle and even the public service announcement she appeared in educating TV audiences about equal pay. While looking through the Los Angeles Times archives, we uncovered...

  • 'The Witch' trailer crackles with colonial horror

    'The Witch' trailer crackles with colonial horror

    The much-buzzed about Sundance horror flick "The Witch" by Robert Eggers finally has an angst-riddled trailer. Filled with unsettling pauses, vanishing babies and troublesome goats, this frontier horror film meditates on the terror of the unknown wilderness in 1630, and the haunting things that...

  • Studios gamble on untested directors for big movies with mixed results

    Studios gamble on untested directors for big movies with mixed results

    When the history of Hollywood's summer of 2015 is written, there will one story of spectacular success and another of equally spectacular failure. Universal Pictures' rampaging-dinosaur smash "Jurassic World" and 20th Century Fox's superhero flop "Fantastic Four" had polar-opposite trajectories...

  • 'Victor Frankenstein' trailer, now with more bromance between Victor and Igor

    'Victor Frankenstein' trailer, now with more bromance between Victor and Igor

    Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy are starring in a movie adaptation of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" that seemingly has very little to do with Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein." But the fabled monster story has been adapted and re-adapted so many times, what's wrong with a steampunky bromance version...

  • 'Pete's Dragon' remake won't have singing but it will have a big, furry dragon

    'Pete's Dragon' remake won't have singing but it will have a big, furry dragon

    One movie that kind of slid under the radar at the D23 expo in Anaheim this weekend was Disney's reboot of the 1977 musical "Pete's Dragon." A small amount of footage was debuted on stage with cast member Bryce Dallas Howard showcasing a new, furry dragon tail. That's a big change from the original...

  • Disney reveals plans for 'Toy Story Land' and 'Avatar' and more 'Star Wars'

    Disney reveals plans for 'Toy Story Land' and 'Avatar' and more 'Star Wars'

    More "Star Wars" (yes more). More "Toy Story." Lots of "Avatar." A little bit of "Iron Man." That was the take-away from Disney's discussion of the its parks and resorts at the D23 Expo today. 

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