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Drama (genre)

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  • Golden Globe nominations 2013: 'Lincoln,' 'Argo,' 'Zero Dark Thirty' top list

    Golden Globe nominations 2013: 'Lincoln,' 'Argo,' 'Zero Dark Thirty' top list
    Two vastly different films about the scourge of slavery in America, a thriller about the rescue of American hostages in Iran and a study of the dogged quest to capture one of the world's most wanted men -- Osama bin Laden -- were among the top nominees...
  • SAG Awards nominations 2013: 'Lincoln,' 'Les Miz,' 'Silver Linings'

    SAG Awards nominations 2013: 'Lincoln,' 'Les Miz,' 'Silver Linings'
    Steven Spielberg’s historical biography “Lincoln,” the musical epic “Les Miserables” and the quirky romantic comedy “Silver Linings Playbook” dominated the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations Wednesday morning,...
  • L.A. Film Critics name 'Amour' 2012's best, praise 'The Master'

    L.A. Film Critics name 'Amour' 2012's best, praise 'The Master'
    After being snubbed by major critics groups this award season, “The Master” got a boost Sunday from the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. The Paul Thomas Anderson-directed film was awarded more prizes than any other film, taking home honors for...
  • 'Skyfall' reclaims No. 1 as Gerard Butler suffers another flop

    'Skyfall' reclaims No. 1 as Gerard Butler suffers another flop
    Hollywood may be giving Gerard Butler a red card after his soccer film's dismal performance at the box office this weekend. The actor suffered yet another flop with "Playing for Keeps," his romantic comedy that debuted with only $6 million, according to...
  • Gerard Butler won't score at box office with 'Playing for Keeps'

    Gerard Butler won't score at box office with 'Playing for Keeps'
    After Gerard Butler's latest film flops at the box office this weekend, the actor could be benched from Hollywood's A team. Butler's cold streak at the multiplex is set to continue with "Playing for Keeps," a soccer-themed romantic comedy that may debut...
  • 'Zero Dark Thirty' named best 2012 film by National Board of Review

    'Zero Dark Thirty' named best 2012 film by National Board of Review
    "Zero Dark Thirty," Kathryn Bigelow's drama about the hunt for Osama bin Laden, was named the best film of the year Wednesday by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. The movie, set to open in limited release Dec. 19, took home two other...
  • ‘Dark Knight Rises’: Michael Caine on Alfred’s final scene

     
    Michael Caine distinctly remembers the morning Christopher Nolan turned up at his English country home with a screenplay for the ......
  • For AEG's Tim Leiweke, it's been quite a year

     For AEG's Tim Leiweke, it's been quite a year
    In the year of his greatest triumphs, the most powerful man in Los Angeles sports was perhaps never stronger than when he took the hand of a child. It was Saturday afternoon at the Home Depot Center, shortly before his Galaxy would defend its MLS...
  • Tracy Letts plays his part in illuminating Edward Albee's 'Woolf'

     Tracy Letts plays his part in illuminating Edward Albee's 'Woolf'
    NEW YORK — Tracy Letts has his hands full these days writing plays and preparing for the release of the movie version of his Pulitzer-Prize-winning drama, "August: Osage County." But he's added another formidable task to his agenda: elucidating...
  • Skelton: 'Lincoln' provides political lessons from the past

     
    Any politicians looking for inspiration should head to their nearest movie theater, says George Skelton in his Thursday column. "The movie “Lincoln” should be required viewing for all elected chief executives from president to mayor," he...
  • Dann Cahn dies at 89; editor on 'I Love Lucy'

    Dann Cahn dies at 89; editor on 'I Love Lucy'
    Using a newly developed editing machine that he dubbed the "three-headed monster," Dann Cahn pioneered multi-camera editing on sitcoms in the 1950s while helping to craft a classic, "I Love Lucy." "Lucy" broke ground in television by employing three...