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Company TownDisney Animation has found its way back to the top with a princess who came down from a tower. "Tangled," the storied animation studio's six-years-in-the-making movie based on "Rapunzel," opened to a strong $69 million over the five-day Thanksgiving...
Company TownWith moviegoers still hung over from the glut of Thanksgiving movies, only one new picture will try to whet appetites this weekend. The weekend after the Turkey Day holiday has historically been one of the slowest of the year as......
Think of Christopher Nolan as a man trying to write a novel while the neighbors -- in this case, the rest of the world's population -- won't keep the noise down. The filmmaker doesn't own a cellphone, has no e-mail account and, in recent weeks, he's...
Company TownOn what is traditionally the biggest moviegoing weekend of the New Year, Hollywood may still be playing in a minor key. With most people off work or school Monday, Presidents Day weekend is usually prosperous for the film studios. This......
Company TownWhat's the point of getting a hall pass if no one wants to come out and play? "Hall Pass," the latest comedy from the writer-director team of Peter and Bobby Farrelly about a couple of married guys who are given......
The Big PictureIf I were the king of the entertainment media empire, one of my first royal decrees would be to tell my box-office reporter to pack his or her bags, hop a plane and find a cozy apartment in Moscow or......
The Hero ComplexThis is a longer version of my cover story in the Sunday Calendar section of the Los Angeles Times. The lights were down low in Sylvester Stallone's Beverly Hills office on a recent afternoon, so it was impossible to see......
Robert Ginty, a versatile actor who starred in the 1980 film "The Exterminator" and built a varied career as a producer, director and actor in film, television and the stage, has died. He was 60. Ginty died Monday at his home in Los Angeles, said Michael...
Box office: 'Expendables' blows up, 'Scott Pilgrim' out of tune, 'Eat Pray Love' has decent first bite [Updated]Company TownOld-fashioned action proved much more potent at the box office this weekend than modern fanboy fantasy and female self-discovery. Over-the-top shoot-'em-up "The Expendables," directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone with a crew of aging action stars,...
Company TownItâs not just the filmâs aging stars that have staying power. For the second week in a row, Sylvester Stalloneâs âThe Expendables,â the action movie starring an ensemble of performers so long in the tooth they qualify for the...
COMIC-CON 2010: At panel for Sylvester Stallone's 'Expendables,' world's testosterone shortage is remediedThe Hero Complex"The Expendables" may be one of the most old-school action movies to be shown at this year's Comic-Con, but it could have gone in a very different direction. "I thought it would be great to a live-action 3-D movie," director......
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