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  • Book review: 'Angelina' by Andrew Morton

    Book review: 'Angelina' by Andrew Morton
    For months, Angelina Jolie's face has been looking out from billboards alongside a single question: "Who is Salt?" The tagline refers to the new thriller, "Salt," about a CIA agent suspected of being a Russian spy (the movie has an identity crisis of its...
  • Harry Sloan is the Republicans' inside man

    Harry Sloan is the Republicans' inside man
    TO BE a Hollywood Republican, you've got to be one of two things: very stubborn or very optimistic. Harry Sloan is the latter, and that has made him not only the Republican Party's major entertainment industry cheerleader but also Sen. John McCain's go-to...
  • Democrats are star struck

    Put Jennifer Lopez, gorgeous in a red knit dress and high heel pumps, in a room full of politicians, and guess who the star is? For all the handwringing in recent weeks over whether celebrity involvement helps or hurts a campaign, watching the celebs and...
  • Hollywood Republicans give Sarah Palin big thumbs up

    It would have taken quite a star to outshine Sarah Palin at the Republican National Convention. Even John McCain may soon find out why actors hate working with children, cute animals and, now, female Alaskan governors. But the Hollywood politicos who...
  • Jon Voight again will join Chabad's 'To Life' Telethon

    Jon Voight again will join Chabad's 'To Life' Telethon
    The dancing rabbis are whirling around the stage of the Chabad "To Life" Telethon, unmistakably Hasidic in their thick beards and black coats. But who's the tall dancer with the clean shave and long blond hair? As longtime viewers of the telethon know,...
  • Charles Eastman dies at 79; playwright and screenwriter

    Charles Eastman dies at 79; playwright and screenwriter
    Charles Eastman, a playwright and screenwriter whose credits included the 1970s films "The All-American Boy" and "Little Fauss and Big Halsy," has died. He was 79. Eastman, the brother of the late "Five Easy Pieces" screenwriter Carole Eastman, died July...
  • Henry Gibson dies at 73; original cast member of 'Laugh-In'

    Henry Gibson dies at 73; original cast member of 'Laugh-In'
    Henry Gibson, a veteran character actor who came to fame in the late 1960s as the flower-holding poet on TV's landmark satirical comedy show "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In," has died. He was 73. Gibson died late Monday night at his home in Malibu after a...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Inglorious Basterds' rallies | Oscars updates | Vanessa Redgrave BAFTA honoree

     
    • Roger Friedman reports, "the combined ages of the Hollywood elite who celebrated Quentin Tarantino’s 'Inglourious Basterds' for lunch on Wednesday was about a thousand. Famed B-movie director Roger Corman, 95-year-old legend Norman Lloyd (Dr....
  • War movies and the Oscars: It's always hell

     
    If "The Hurt Locker" wins the Oscar for best picture Sunday night -- and at this stage, the race is really down to either "Avatar" or the Kathryn Bigelow-directed film about bomb disposal experts in Iraq -- it will be......
  • Sandra Bullock Watch: Is Jesse James' gal pal a Nazi lover?

     
    I know I could be writing about far more important things, like why Jon Voight of all people is calling upon all "freedom loving" Americans to rally in Washington against the Democrats' healthcare legislation, saying it "will destroy America." Or......
  • 2010 Pilot Season: Casting news and more

     
    There is new TV happening all around us. The five broadcast networks are furiously casting and producing 86 new pilots for the fall season that will compete for slots on the fall schedule. The decisions will be made in May.......