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Watching "My Super Ex-Girlfriend," the new comedy directed by Ivan Reitman and written by Don Payne, I experienced a little pang of nostalgia for Psycho Ex-Girlfriend. Remember? For a week in the spring of 2001, the website created by a newly single...
Zap2It.comFX has greenlit its second new drama series for 2007, giving a 13-episode order to a show about con artists called "The Riches." The series, which stars Eddie Izzard ("Ocean's Twelve") and Minnie Driver ("Good Will Hunting," "Ella Enchanted"), is...
Tags: Death, Entertainment, Family, FX (tv channel), Television
Zap2It.comAlthough John Cleese isn't suffering from a flesh wound this time, the Monty Python comedian is taking a rest from performing. The 66-year-old actor announced that he's retiring in order to become a "comedy professor" and write a history of comedy for...
Zap2It.comAnother familiar face is being added to the cast of FOX's Emmy-winning "24." The network announced on Wednesday (Oct. 11) that Chad Lowe will guest star on "24" this season. FOX withheld information on when the Emmy-winning actor will join the cast or...
Zap2It.comWe have learned from five seasons of "24" that Jack Bauer was married (until a terrorist killed his wife) and has a daughter (who pretty much doesn't want any part of him now). In the coming season, we'll also find out that Jack has a father. Oscar...
FOX TelevisionThe highly respected Cromwell will recur this season as PHILLIP BAUER, the estranged father of JACK BAUER (Sutherland), while British actor/comedian Izzard will portray a villainous accomplice, DARREN McCARTHY. In addition to Cromwell and Izzard,...
Zap2It.comCourteney Cox is headed back to the small screen, as FX has given the green light to a show that she stars in and helped bring to life. The cable network has ordered 13 episodes of "Dirt," which stars the former "Friend" as the editor of a duo of...
Sentinel Movie CriticOnce there was a land where the primary profession was "mad scientist" or "evil genius." And the chief export was blackmail -- threats of the terror their mad, evil genius scientists would unleash. Yeah, my first thoughts were "North Korea" and...
Tags: Movies, Igor (movie), John Cleese, Pixar Animation, Roger Moore
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 6, 1998 Dazzling and dizzying, confusing and even annoying, "Velvet Goldmine" is a feverish dream of a film, a riot of color and attitude that is all pop decadence, all night long. Believing like its characters that "style always...
Tags: Elton John, Movies, Marc Bolan, Julianne Moore, Cinema Industry
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 29, 2000 Rare as a crucifixion in Dracula's lair is a film opening for Oscar consideration in the last days of the year that actually has something in it worth considering. Willem Dafoe's performance in "Shadow of the Vampire" is...
Times Staff WriterOne of the enduring legends of Hollywood has it that William Randolph Hearst mistakenly shot producer, director and studio founder Thomas Ince aboard the newspaper tycoon's yacht when his intended target was Charlie Chaplin, whom he believed was having an...
Winners at Sunday night's 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards: Drama Series: "The West Wing," NBC. Comedy Series: "Will & Grace," NBC. Actor, Drama Series: James Gandolfini, "The Sopranos," HBO. Actress, Drama Series: Sela Ward, "Once and Again," ABC....
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