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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterClad head to toe in skin-tight Johnny Cash black, Russell Brand mounted the stage at Hollywood's venerable rock venue the Roxy Theatre on a recent Sunday looking every inch the louche, preening British rock star of archetype. His haystack of "Edward...
Tags: Health, Television, Adam Sandler, England, Russell Brand
Hollywood BriefIN HER mind, Shauna Robertson is a 23-year-old guy, always ready with a fart joke, an ever-ready plea for more nudity, and a belly laugh for any raunchy gag. In reality, she's a pretty, 33-year-old, pixie-sized, blond Canadian high school dropout with...
Tags: Leslie Mann, Jerry Bruckheimer , Organized Crime, Pineapple, Anxiety
At the heart of Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" is the Priory of Sion, an organization set up to vigilantly protect "one of the most powerful secrets ever kept." Once Brown's thriller became one of the fastest-selling books of all time, a similar...
CAUSE CÉLÈBRETHE GREEKS invented democracy. Arianna Huffington, Los Angeles' most popular Greek expat and sublime aesthete, has turned the city's Democratic politics into a party. And we're not talking about the sort with no-host bars. The queen of the popular...
Special to The TimesDavid Beckham made his highly anticipated U.S. debut on Saturday by playing a mere 16 minutes in the L.A. Galaxy exhibition match against English soccer team Chelsea with his perfectly coiffed wife, Victoria (a.k.a. Posh Spice), watching. But the British...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersNBC got a jump start on its competitors Wednesday, unveiling a 2008-09 prime-time lineup that leans heavily on heroic tropes and classic tales of adventure. Six weeks before the four other television broadcast networks roll out their schedules, NBC...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn Hollywood, filmmakers generally fall into one of two camps. Commercial directors such as Michael Bay appeal to the masses, while indie film specialists like Mike Leigh create more positive reviews than long lines in front of theaters. Clint Eastwood...
LOS ANGELES, November 5, 2007 The Envelope (http://www.theenvelope.com/), the entertainment awards insider from the Los Angeles Times, heralds the arrival of awards' season with today's launch of the site's redesigned homepage, new editorial staff,...
Moderator1: Hi everybody. This is Tim Cavanaugh. We've got Robert Greene here for the hour. Robert Greene: Welcome, everyone. Moderator1: Let's start off with a question we got in the mail, from Angeleno Elan Melamid. It's kinda long! Moderator1: Mr....
Tags: Politics, Health, Elections, Multi-Sport Events, Eli Broad
Times Staff WriterThe Beckhams' crash into L.A. last week didn't always smell like roses, what with Posh's prime-time special blasted by the critics and Becks' team failing to score in his first game Saturday. But that didn't mean the hosts of their Hollywood-style welcome...
LOS ANGELES, March 15, 2007 The Los Angeles Times announced today the launch of a quarterly guest editor program for Current, the Sunday edition commentary section. Brian Grazer, Oscar® and Emmy®-winning writer-producer, has been chosen to oversee the...
KELLY MEYER is barreling down PCH in a massive black Ford pickup truck sputtering fumes that smell like French fries. It isn't exactly the sort of vehicle you'd expect the wife of a powerful studio executive to choose as her ride of choice. But for Meyer...
Tags: Sports, Vehicles, Documentary (genre), PTA, Education
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