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Times Staff WriterPerhaps because of the years "Hairspray" costume designer Rita Ryack spent creating wardrobes for Broadway musicals, she approached her latest project like a choral director — a food-obsessed one. The movie musical, which takes place in Baltimore...
Special to The TimesTWENTY-FIVE years out of restaurant school, I should know how to cut up a mango. But it wasn't until I was noodling around online recently that I finally learned why I make a mess of every one. In a video on iFoods.tv, an Irish chef in a T-shirt used a...
10 Bad Dates With De Niro A Book of Alternative Movie Lists Edited by Richard T. Kelly Overlook/Rookery: 460 pp., $29.95 Movie geeks are list-making animals. It begins with the frenzied -- and nonsensical -- annual compilation of "10 best lists" (as...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAccording to a skinny blond lady with heavy eye makeup, the open casting call Saturday in Burbank was for a movie called "Corporate Headquarters." But for some reason, TMZ was there, as was Channel 2 news -- not to mention a line around the block of...
RedEyeKatheryn Winnick holds a third-degree black belt in taekwondo and a second-degree black belt in karate, so playing a sword-wielding shield maiden in History's "Vikings" was a cinch. Well ... sorta. "A shield maiden wouldn't necessarily do a spinning...
For whatever reason, Martin McDonagh's “Seven Psychopaths” — one of the best films of last year — didn't find its audience. The poster was both blah and misleading, and it probably didn't help that this gun-rich, blood-soaked...
Back in 1982, Wilton resident Christopher Walken played Hamlet at the American Shakespeare Theatre, a gorgeous building that was once a centerpiece of Stratford and has been inexcusably shuttered since the late '80s or so. Walken has been one of the...
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Channel Guide MagazineThe following On Demand/DVD New Releases are available the week of Feb. 4-10: Alex Cross Tyler Perry takes over for Morgan Freeman as the detective from best-selling author James Patterson’s novels, once again hunting a sadistic serial killer....
The Baltimore SunJustin Tucker and David Akers may be members of a very small NFL fraternity, but they represent opposing ends of the spectrum. Tucker, the undrafted rookie kicker for the Ravens, is a baby-faced 23-year-old who can do a mean impersonation of Christopher...
NEW YORK (AP) — The love-struck zombies of "Warm Bodies" swarmed the box office on Super Bowl weekend with a $20 million opening. On a weekend that Hollywood largely punts to football, the PG-13 film from Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment easily...
The Hartford CourantIn writing his play "Almost, Maine," John Cariani knew he didn't want any lobsters, galoshes or characters saying "ayuh." Like the persevering people of the state he grew up in, the play's popularity grew slowly, steadily. Despite a short-lived off-...
A writer must eat, which is why most playwrights eventually try their hands at screenwriting. "Stand Up Guys," starring Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin, comes from the stage-trained Noah Haidle, whose story premise sounds like a sure (if...
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