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  • Andy Klein reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo'

     
    Swedish journalist Stieg Larsson died suddenly (at only 50), shortly before the publication of his first novel, "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." (The book's original title translates as "Men Who Hate Women" -- more thematically relevant but not...
  • Christopher Nolan's 'Inception' -- Hollywood's first existential heist film

     
    This is a longer version of my Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar cover story on "Inception," the most ambitious film to date from director Christopher Nolan. Most of the interviews in the story were conducted last year on the set......
  • 'Snow Angels'

    'Snow Angels'
    David Gordon Green's fourth feature is somewhat of a departure for a director known for his lyrical depictions of Southern life. Based on a novel by Stewart O'Nan and set in an unidentified northern town in the dead of winter, "Snow Angels" opens with...
  • Can this awards show be saved?

    Can this awards show be saved?
    The Oscars telecast was a ratings disaster this year. Twenty-one percent less of America tuned in Sunday night than did last year, and in even worse news for the academy, the awards were abandoned by a full 25 percent more of the coveted 18-to-49...
  • Best picture Oscar contenders set in one place, shot in another

    Best picture Oscar contenders set in one place, shot in another
    This year's Oscar-nominated movies, especially larger-than-life epics such as "Atonement" and "There Will Be Blood," take you there -- but exactly where? Like actors' doubles, films often are shot in breathtaking locations that are stand-ins for the...
  • Ready, set, action at Santa Barbara film fest

    With the Academy Awards ceremony in doubt because of the writers strike, sighting movie stars on the red carpet is becoming an endangered sport. Organizers of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival -- which started Thursday and continues through...
  • Brangelina brood growing?

    Brangelina brood growing?
    Angelina Jolie isn't just looking pregnant these days -- she really is. The actress created a stir at Saturday night's Spirit Awards when she showed up with partner Brad Pitt on her arm and a noticeably pregnant belly beneath her waist. Jolie ignored...
  • Signs hint 'Compass' may miss blockbuster territory

    Signs hint 'Compass' may miss blockbuster territory
    No one in Hollywood quite knows where "The Golden Compass" is pointing, though it appears to be south of blockbuster status. New Line Cinema hopes its action-adventure fantasy epic, opening today at 3,528 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, launches the...
  • 'Hancock's' Jason Bateman enjoys the Hollywood climb

    'Hancock's' Jason Bateman enjoys the Hollywood climb
    NESTLED IN the hills to the west of the Hollywood sign, Runyon Canyon is a see-and-be-seen hiking circuit, heavy on the unleashed dogs. As a workout, it's a dust-bowl journey of around 45 minutes, during which one sometimes passes -- amid the halter-...
  • Scarlett & singing film stars: Is this just an act?

    Scarlett & singing film stars: Is this just an act?
    THE VERY last scene of last year's hit film "Juno" pointed toward one small path in music's future: star Ellen Page sitting on a stoop, singing a song by obscure boy-girl folk duo the Moldy Peaches. Her leading man, Michael Cera, sang along, but he was...
  • Thomas Haden Church's choice career

    Thomas Haden Church's choice career
    Thomas Haden Church is a man of contradictions. He's gamely appeared in a posh hotel dining room to talk about his new movie, "Smart People," but home on his Texas ranch is clearly where his heart is: His worn long underwear peeks out from a freshly...