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On Location: Film survey ranks Griffith Park, downtown warehouse and former hospital among busiest sites in 2010Company TownWhen producers of the ABC game show âDownfallâ needed a building from which to hurl dishwashers, gumball machines and other âprizes,â they settled on a warehouse on the east side of downtown Los Angeles. The six-story building on Te...
Company TownThe porn industry, like the rest of Hollywood, has been buffeted by the economic downturn, the falloff in DVD sales and a cornucopia of free content on the Internet. Still, for better or worse, the adult entertainment business remains alive......
Company TownCrime-scene investigator Ryan Wolfe peers around the corner of a building, spying on an ex-con and some neighborhood toughs. When the group disappears down the alley, Wolfe chases after his target, who clambers over a metal gate and into an......
Pop & HissElton John has always been passionate about his musical taste, always ready to throw his support behind new acts that capture his imagination, whether itâs the Scissor Sisters or Lady Gaga. But in recent years heâs also been on a......
The Big Picture"More Than a Game" is a soul-stirring documentary about a close-knit group of Akron, Ohio, grade school kids who grow up to be the greatest high school basketball team of their generation. It doesn't hurt that one of the kids......
The Big PictureGoing to the movies always involves a little disappointment, since what is promised is rarely what is delivered. But in terms of depressing experiences, it would be hard to top going to see Tina Fey and Steve Carell, the stars......
The Hero ComplexAmy Kaufman is back on the Hero Complex with an insightful piece about "Splice" star Sarah Polley. This is a longer version of Kaufman's story in today's edition of the Los Angeles Time Calendar section. Sarah Polley had just arrived......
Brand XAs the Bangles have reminded us, waking up from a lazy weekend into a manic Monday can be quite cruel. Luckily, for the next two Mondays, thereâs some extra-dreamy dream-rock in which workaday plebeians can partake -- for free! Shoe-gazing rock band...
Special to The TimesPeter Barsocchini is a screenwriter who a few years ago took what he thought was a small assignment to write a kids' TV musical so he could entertain his preteen daughter, Gabriella, even naming the female lead after her. That small assignment for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was Aug. 11, 1973, at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Onstage was Marc Bolan, the enigmatic singer of T. Rex, in a shiny purple jumpsuit unzipped to his navel, wailing on a Gibson Les Paul Custom guitar. A halo of bushy hair swung around his face,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFILM festivals are justifiably infamous for gluttonous parties, craven swag suites and break-the-bank bidding wars. But does having played the festivals actually help sell tickets when the movie finally hits theaters? The makers of two movies opening this...
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