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Zap2It.comI guess Woody Allen won't always have Paris after all. The director has scrapped his plans to shoot a film in the City of Lights starring Michelle Williams and "Numbers" star David Krumholtz, report news sources. As per Allen's usual modus operandi,...
Zap2It.comFacing the prospect of a week off from playing Machiavellian tycoon Lionel Luthor on The WB's Thursday-night hit "Smallville," John Glover could have gone golfing, taken a quick trip to Hawaii or just kicked back with a good book. Instead, he decided...
Zap2It.comNot three minutes into the season premiere of "Numb3rs," David Gallagher robs a diner, steals a car and shoots a man in the chest. "7th Heaven," this is not. "The ['Numb3rs'] casting director, the first thing he said to me was, 'This role would really...
FOR THE TIMESFriday August 14, 1998 First-time writer-director Tamara Jenkins opens her coming-of-age comedy "Slums of Beverly Hills" with a scene reminiscent of the opening of John Hughes' 1984 film "Sixteen Candles," but she makes it a lot more meaningful. ...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday March 31, 1999 Given the current popularity of Shakespeare on the screen and the dominance of young moviegoers at the box office, you'd expect that at least one of his plays would wind up as a high school comedy. But writer Karen...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday November 17, 1999 For writer-director Barry Levinson, "Liberty Heights" is one from the heart. The fourth film to be set in his native Baltimore (following "Diner," "Tin Men" and "Avalon"), this is a mature, accomplished piece of...
Tags: Adrien Brody, Death, Halloween, Justin Chambers, Judaism
Times Staff Writer"How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog" is a dreary title for an even drearier picture, which stars Kenneth Branagh as a British expatriate who has settled in Los Angeles to become its "most successful playwright." Branagh's Peter McGowen is apparently in the...
Tags: Robert Redford, Death, Kenneth Branagh, Robin Wright, England
Tribune movie reporterIf marketing weren't such a concern, this sequel to "The Santa Clause" would be called "The Mrs. Clause." That's because the dilemma facing Tim Allen's divorced suburban dad turned Jolly Ol' St. Nick is that he must find a new wife within 28 days or...
The networks' fall* lineups are set. Here is how next season's prime time landscape will look.** * Most shows will premiere in October. ** Ever subject to change, of course. The new fall shows Sunday - "Ed" (7 p.m., NBC): Comedy-drama about a...
One of the major attractions of Edward Burns' "Sidewalks of New York" is the way it brings back the old pre-Sept. 11 Manhattan N.Y.C. -- and with its old hard-shell flippancy and attitude -- back to cinematic life. Making his fourth -- and by far best --...
OK, 2001 hasn't been the greatest movie year so far, but fall tends to be the season on which top-10 lists are built. The next few months look especially crowded thanks in part to the studios having rushed movies into production in preparation for the...
The Hartford CourantBetween the end of summer and the edge of winter and the holiday season, the movies shrink. The budgets are lower; the weekend totals dip. As young acolytes await the second coming of Harry Potter on Nov. 15 and older fans count the days until Pierce...
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