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A paper presented by researchers ... to the annual meeting of the American Economic Assn. concludes that violent films prevent violent crime by attracting would-be assailants and keeping them cloistered in darkened, alcohol-free environs." -- New York...
It's nearly an hour into Woody Allen's golden-hued comedy of desire "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" when Penélope Cruz shows up as Javier Bardem's passionately unhinged ex-wife Maria Elena, a life-is-art-and-vice-versa firecracker. It takes only seconds for...
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For a movie that once looked like it might never make it into theaters, "Slumdog Millionaire" continued its remarkable ascendancy Thursday, as the love story of an Indian game show contestant collected four Golden Globe nominations, including top drama,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. named " Wall-E," Disney/Pixar's animated film about a little robot who falls in love, the best film of 2008 on Tuesday afternoon. The Batman adventure "The Dark Knight" was runner-up. Sally Hawkins, who played the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn an announcement seemingly inspired by an episode of HBO's "Entourage," the Yari Film Group has announced it is "fast-tracking" the biopic "Killing Pablo." The new film is based on journalist Mark Bowden's 2001 best-selling book, "Killing Pablo: The...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA news announcement sent far and wide to entertainment outlets Tuesday confirming that the Yari Film Group is "fast-tracking" the biopic "Killing Pablo" was a shot across the bow fired after the filmmakers learned there are similar "Escobar" projects in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith 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...
Penélope Cruz has two contender films this season. Does that mean more red carpet gowns? Her adept portrayal of Javier Bardem's psychotically sexy ex in Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" has already earned her a supporting actress Golden Globe...
SUPPORTING ACTOR JOSH BROLIN "Milk" The son of actor James Brolin receives his first Oscar nomination for his role as conservative San Francisco Supervisor Dan White, who assassinated gay Supervisor Harvey Milk and the city's mayor, George Moscone, in...
VarietyTom Hardy has come on board Yakuza drama "The Outsider" with Takashi Miike in negotiations to direct what would be his first English-language film. Linson Entertainment and Silver Pictures are producing "The Outsider," which will be independently...
VarietyAMC Theaters has joined the fight against AIDS, partnering with the (RED) organization's "Choose (RED) Save Lives" initiative to donate a minimum of $100,000 from ticket sales, as well as more than $150,000 worth of on-screen promotional time. The...
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