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Is there an actor who’s been taking on more colorful roles lately than James Gandolfini? In the last few months he’s been a blitzed-out hit man (“Killing Them Softly”), self-promoting casino magnate (this weekend’s “The...
Do airlines deliberately withhold seats until the last minute to get you to splurge on pricier options? Along the same lines, do airlines create a false impression that a flight is rapidly selling out so you'll jump on any seat available, no matter...
Don't ever leave their musky little soccer shoes in the car overnight. I did once. Had to sell the car. Because kids' sweaty soccer shoes develop a funk-mold still unidentified by medical researchers. Fragrant as methane. Ripe as low tide. Only a...
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Daytime at the Roxy nightclub on Sunset Boulevard is like being on a Disneyland ride when the lights go on and the carefully constructed illusion is exposed. It's the slightly surreal setting for James Gandolfini to talk about his recent collaboration...
Tough guys do dance and sing. With two of Hollywood’s biggest manly men now starring in the same film, there’s a good chance that some of their male fans secretly wish they were seeing Wolverine versus Maximus. Instead, Hugh Jackman and...
News reports of economic woes and misbegotten corporate schemes play like a soundtrack in "Killing Them Softly," a moody crime noir starring Brad Pitt as a New Orleans hit man dealing with a down market, bad bets and loose change. Though the notion of...
Los Angeles Times Television CriticLarry Hagman, who as J.R. Ewing was famously shot but survived to finish 14 seasons and 357 episodes of "Dallas" and who rose again to lie and scheme in this year's successful revival, died Friday in Dallas, just down I-30 from Fort Worth, where he was...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDENNY CRANE calls it "mad cow," but viewers of "Boston Legal" know William Shatner's character is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Another character on the show, Jerry Espenson (played by Christian Clemenson), has strange tics, can't keep his...
Show TrackerAs the last episode of House airs tonight,it is worth pausing for a moment to salute the people behind “House,” namely creator David Shore and actor Hugh Laurie, two maestros who have pulled off a near-miraculous feat: After eight long and...
Every once in a while, a fire truck will pass by Rudolph Giuliani's window, and the former New York mayor will flash back to that dreadful day when he had to drop everything and rush to ground zero. "It's just hard to hear it and not react," he said in an...
Looking over the Emmy nominations announced Thursday morning, you'd almost think that the TV academy was honoring two separate industries. For drama and made-for-TV movies and miniseries, it's HBO and its basic-cable cousins. For everything else, it's...
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