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Company TownHollywood is releasing a family comedy, a romantic comedy, a teen-targeted spoof, a cheesy 3-D thriller, and an African American-targeted comedy this weekend. But instead of heading for the new releases, moviegoers may just stick with the same old action....
Jason Bateman may not be a male model, but he's also not, as he says, a "booger-eating mouth-breather." His above-average looks actually almost cost him the lead role in "The Switch," the romantic comedy opening Aug. 20 in which he stars with Jennifer...
Tags: Romance (genre), Social Issues, Movies, Charity, Entertainment
Gold Derby nuggets: Host of host news | 'Avatar' wins and loses | Meryl Streep perennial Oscar bridesmaidGold Derbyâ¢ Carl Reiner returns to host the DGA kudos for the 22nd time in the 62-year history of the awards. Also on hand at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on Jan. 30 will be presenters Jane Alexander, Jason Bateman, Danny Boyle, Julie Bowen, Gil Cates, Jodie...
Gold Derby"Inglourious Basterds" leads with the most nominations (12) for Gold Derby Film Awards, which are determined by posters in our forums. "The Hurt Locker" follows with nine, and "Avatar" and "Up in the Air" have eight. Winners will be announced March 6 (the...
Gold Derby nuggets: Oscars selling out ads | Sasha Stone: 'Avatar' to win | 'The Hurt Locker' also top pick for top picGold Derbyâ¢ Anthony Crupi reports, "ABC heads into its 35th consecutive Oscars telecast with two or three remaining avails, as a roster of returning sponsors and an improving economy have aided the sales process. The three top spenders of a year ago (Hyundai,...
The Big PictureWe've been hearing over and over for the last few weeks how this year's Oscars -- coming Sunday night, in case you somehow forgot -- are going to be more youth-oriented and less stodgy and full of irreverent appearances by......
LOS ANGELES, November 5, 2007 The Envelope (http://www.theenvelope.com/), the entertainment awards insider from the Los Angeles Times, heralds the arrival of awards' season with today's launch of the site's redesigned homepage, new editorial staff,...
Television CriticThere was reason enough to expect something special from “Sit Down, Shut Up,” a new Fox animated sitcom created by Mitchell Hurwitz of "Arrested Development" and featuring a cast -- derived mainly from "Arrested Development" and "Saturday...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNESTLED 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-...
Tags: Brian Grazer, Mike Judge, Film Festivals, Entertainment, Family
Times Staff WriterWe're not sure what to think about a movie like "Smokin' Aces." We like the idea of it — Jason Bateman, Andy Garcia, Ben Affleck, Alicia Keyes, Common, Ray Liotta all playing assassins out to kill a magician and mob informant played by Jeremy...
Tags: Ben Affleck, Andy Garcia, Jeremy Piven, Death, Kevin Kline
Hancock Sony, $28.96/$34.95; Blu-ray, $39.95 In the summer of "Iron Man" and “The Dark Knight,” the decidedly rattier "Hancock" came off as something of an also-ran, though in its own way, this offbeat, ground-level adventure was every bit as...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSp far this summer, I've had my brain pummeled by Robert Downey Jr. flying around in a techno-suit, Adam Sandler as an invincible (and priapic) former Mossad agent, Steve Carell as a nerdy indestructible super spy, Harrison Ford as a Teflon 60-year-old...
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