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Zap2It.comTwo more actors are on the verge of joining ABC's sci fi-tinged pilot "Flash Forward." Joseph Fiennes ("Shakespeare in Love") is in negotiations to take the lead role in the drama, which is set in a world where the entire population has blacked out for a...
Zap2It.comA pair of cable projects have landed high-profile lead actors, with Eric McCormack and Tom Cavanagh headlining TNT's "Truth in Advertising" and Joseph Fiennes starring in Ryan Murphy's transgender drama at FX. McCormack, an Emmy winner for "Will & Grace,...
The EnvelopeNow that we've crossed the midway point of the year, it's time to start taking stock of the field for the next Academy Awards best picture race. Too early, you say? Not at all. At this point last year, remember, "Crash" had already been starting...
Tags: Albert Finney, Robert De Niro, Movies, Bill Condon, Celebrities
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 11, 1998 "Shakespeare in Love" is a ray of light in a holiday film season that was starting to look as gloomy as the scowl on Ebenezer Scrooge's face. A happy conceit smoothly executed, this is one of those entertaining confections...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday August 27, 1999 "The Very Thought of You" is yet another blithe yet engaging romantic comedy from Britain distinguished by the ingenuity of its intricate plot and the appeal of its four stars. If you can't get enough of films like "Notting...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 16, 2001 "Enemy at the Gates" lumbers clumsily across the screen like one of its own Nazi tanks. Large and ungainly, this World War II tale of a sniper duel that parallels the bloody battle for Stalingrad has an indisputable visual...
Tags: Ed Harris, James Horner, Movies, Entertainment, Michael Jordan
Special to the Chicago Tribune2-1/2 stars (out of 4) Earnest and educational but rather PBS-ish, this biopic about the life of Martin Luther will satisfy medieval genre fans, BBC junkies, Sunday-school teachers and students cramming for their European history tests. It'll probably...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Chicago Tribune, BBC, Peter Ustinov
Times Staff Writer"Dust" is a bust, a big bad movie of the scope, ambition and bravura that could be made only by a talented filmmaker run amok. Macedonian-born, New York-based Milcho Manchevski, whose first film was the elegiac 1994 "Before the Rain," attempts a Middle...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2 1/2 stars (out of 4) The Disney movies that revived the animated feature -- "The Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast," "Aladdin," "The Lion King" -- wowed us in ways that live-action films couldn't. They introduced us to magical creatures in...
AZTWhen you see "Shakespeare in Love," prepare to be ravished. If, for the playwright himself, all the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players, then this splendrous new movie -- which imagines a wild romance between the Bard of Avon and a...
This is the traditional slow time at the cinemas -- just don't tell the moviegoers, studios and theater owners. After the dismal summer and disappointing fall of 2000, moviegoers finally were offered a selection of movies they liked, and they've been...
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