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Show TrackerAlthough Steve Buscemi took home a SAG award for best actor in a drama series Sunday night -- his second in a row for the role of Nucky Thompson in the HBO show “Boardwalk Empire”-- he still doesn't see himself as a leading man....
Gold Derby nuggets: 'The Social Network' connects | Clint Eastwood honored for tolerance | 'Boardwalk Empire' previewGold Derbyâ¢ Our pal Pete Hammond caught an early screening of "The Social Network" and thinks this "is Sonyâs best shot at Best Picture in years, a lock for Golden Globe and Critics Choice Awards. And most importantly, Oscar nominations in every major...
Show TrackerThe title of the second episode of "Boardwalk Empire," "The Ivory Tower," comes from a novel of the same name by Henry James, which Margaret reads in her hospital bed. The book, unfinished due to James' death but highly praised......
Channel Guide MagazineIn spite of its tendency to be rendered down to facile, generally wrong cartoons to protect children’s and patriots’ delicate sensibilities, history poses a filthy canvas. Those who choose to paint on it can hew to its boring conventions, as...
It's Easter 1923 and "Boardwalk Empire" is taking some time out from mob wars and political scandal to spend some time with family. Of course, like any good holiday, Easter is a reminder to most of the families on "Boardwalk" that they are far from...
VarietyThree world preems -- including a directing/thesping gig for Ethan Hawke and a new musical -- are on tap for the 2012-13 season from Off Broadway's New Group. Hawke will helm the latest play by Jonathan Marc Sherman, the scribe whose play "Things We...
Ministry of GossipAt the "Mildred Pierce" miniseries premiere in New York on Monday, Guy Pearce, Kate Winslet, Melissa Leo, Evan Rachel Wood and others from the cast of the Todd Haynes-directed HBO miniseries walked the red carpet....
Zap2ItIn the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., HBO and executive producers Terence Winter ("The Sopranos") and Martin Scorsese have brought a 300-foot section of the Atlantic City (N.J.) Boardwalk, circa 1920, back to three-dimensional life, for the...
The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel“Boardwalk Empire,” a drama series produced by Martin Scorsese, will debut Sept. 19 on HBO. That will be the night to watch because Scorsese directed the pilot. Terence Winter, an Emmy-winning writer for “The Sopranos,” created the...
Absolute Power (1997) Clint Eastwood stars as the sensitive thief who can save the entire American political system from complete corruption. Too bad he wasn't around during the Reagan administration. Eastwood discovers presidential corruption during...
Recently dumped by her girlfriend, writer Allegra (Elizabeth Reaser) creates a love triangle of flexible sexuality by hooking up with college professor Philip (Justin Kirk) and aspiring glass blower Grace (Gretchen Mol). Things get sticky when Allegra...
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Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) Maria Maggenti's "Puccini for Beginners" is pretty clever indie stuff, a sharp-witted romantic comedy that takes the old Woody Allen screwball style and mood and amusingly applies them to a story about tangled gay and straight...
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