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Zap2It.comJaneane Garofalo, last seen helping get Jimmy Smits elected president on "The West Wing," is headed to CBS for her next TV gig. Garofalo has signed to star in a pilot about a team of public defenders, which is one of several projects moving forward at...
Tribune movie reporterThe bombs started raining on Baghdad two days before the stars were scheduled to reign at last year's 75th annual Academy Awards. Much hair tugging (or, at least, hair extensions tugging) followed. Would the show go on? Should it? Was it right for...
Tags: Movies, Documentary (genre), Celebrities, Education, Defense
Sun Television CriticThe motion picture academy's insistence on decorum in the wake of Janet Jackson's Super Bowl debacle gave last night's telecast of 76th Annual Academy Awards all the unpredictability of a sitcom rerun. ABC had hoped to attract the much-coveted young male...
Times Staff WritersThe filmmakers from Down Under were on top of the entertainment world Sunday evening as "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," the final installment of the hugely successful trilogy, made a clean sweep at the 76th annual Academy Awards held at...
Times Staff WriterEveryone in Hollywood knew that it was going to be "Return of the King" night, but no one could have guessed to what an extent that was going to be true. In an Oscar night that was more a coronation than an awards evening, "The Lord of the Rings: The...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 30, 2001 "Tomcats," a raunchy and rowdy comedy targeting young males, stars Jerry O'Connell as a likable guy with a serious problem and a short time to solve it. O'Connell's Michael Delaney is an aspiring L.A.-based cartoonist who's...
Times Staff Writer"Tears of the Sun" may make you weep, but not in the way anyone intended. Handsomely made, well-meaning but finally frustrating and unsatisfying, this perplexing film is an example of a previously unseen hybrid, the socially conscious, humanitarian action...
For many in Hollywood, Julia Roberts' Oscar victory is a coronation long overdue. As longtime executive Joe Roth said, "As an actress she holds more clout than any woman since Shirley Temple." She is the first female star to earn a salary on a par...
"American Pie," "Scary Movie," "Rush Hour" and "Doctor Dolittle" all get second chapters and "Jurassic Park" gets a third, while director Tim Burton puts his own spin on "Planet of the Apes." Unofficial sequels also pop up, like John Singleton's "Baby...
Associated Press WriterLOS ANGELES Moviegoers are still hungry for dinosaurs. "Jurassic Park III" took the biggest bite of a strong weekend box office, earning $50.3 million from Friday through Sunday, according to studio estimates. "America's Sweethearts," starring Julia...
TRIBUNE ARTS CRITIC2 ½ stars (out of 4) Losing a child is an unspeakable tragedy. But what if everyone around you, including your husband, keeps telling you your child never existed? What if cherished photos of your 8-year-old son, killed in an airplane crash on his way...
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER1½ stars (out of 4) "Christmas with the Kranks," a wholly Midwestern affair focused almost entirely on a single street in suburban Chicago, was filmed in a former Boeing aircraft factory in Downey, Calif., 15 miles east of Los Angeles. This is, of...
Tags: Cruises, Travel, John Grisham, Julie Gonzalo, Movies
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