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Times Staff WritersMost days, everyone in Hollywood assumes that the world revolves around them. But as the nominations for the Academy Awards proved, show business is now revolving around the world. In saluting movies that were often made outside the nation's borders...
Tags: Movies, United Kingdom, Cinema Industry, Elizabeth II, England
“I’ve Loved You So Long” is the kind of acclaimed foreign-language movie that should do solid business in unprovincial locations such as New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Nashville and St. Louis. Ten weeks after Sony Pictures Classics first...
Cause CÉlÈbreFOR YEARS musicians have taken a leading role in one of their industry's most important acts of public service -- turning people's hunger for a great song, well performed, into food that feeds the physical hunger of thousands. Live Aid for Africa is...
Don't vote. People will try to guilt you into it, but stay strong and resist. I'm talking to all of you who don't feel strongly about either presidential candidate, not just those 80 undecided idiots seated at Tuesday's town hall-style debate. Those...
Mike Epps considers himself a “crossover” artist of sorts these days. The star of 2000's “Next Friday” and 2002's “Friday After Next,” who noted he has been popular with black audiences since he began his career as...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGA popular comedian who has starred on TV and in movies is the latest headliner announced for Sands Bethlehem Event Center. Anjelah Johnson, who played the popular fast-food employee Bon Qui Qui on the TV sketch comedy show “MADtv” during......
Channel Guide MagazineThe Academy Awards are coming up fast, but for movie fans who want to start the party early, On Demand is offering an insider's look at what goes into the making of award-winning films. Free On Demand “featurettes” delve into the motivations,...
Last week, Milano Market, a deli in New York, accused actor Forest Whitaker of shoplifting. Whitaker said he was stopped by an employee as he was trying to leave the store. The employee claimed the actor had taken something from a shelf and proceeded to...
Tags: Theft, Career and Workplace, Employees
Pop2itOscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker says he was falsely accused of shoplifting from a deli in New York. Eyewitnesses say he was frisked in public, after being stopped by an employee....
In one of her first major roles since the end of "Desperate Housewives," Eva Longoria is teamed with Oscar winner Forest Whitaker as married environmental activists in this drama. They get into big trouble while trying to prove a powerful corporation is...
VarietyFrench-Algerian helmer-producer Rachid Bouchareb is set to produce "Meurtre entre soeurs," the feature debut of French star Sami Bouajila. Bouajila starred in Bouchareb's "Days of Glory," which earned him and the cast an acting nod at Cannes, and...
Oprah Winfrey brings her empire to WME: Signing is coup for agency that wooed mogul after she exited CAAVarietyOprah Winfrey has landed at WME. The media mogul took her time in settling on a new percentery after leaving CAA last month. The Winfrey signing could be a bonanza for WME. It will rep the mogul across all of her many business entities, including cabler...
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