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Times Staff WriterBetty Comden, who with her partner Adolph Green wrote some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century, including "New York, New York," "Just in Time" and the heart-wrenching "Never-Never-Land" from "Peter Pan," has died. She was believed to be 89....
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) Lars von Trier's "Manderlay" is an attack on American racism that--like much of von Trier's work--blazes a perverse trail and dares you to follow it. A sequel to his 2003 all-American noir "Dogville " and the second part of a...
Tags: Spike Lee, Danny Glover, Movies, Entertainment, John Hurt
Special to The TimesCate Blanchett considered her venti decaf nonfat latte. "Things are so big in America," she said. Four young studio publicists had squabbled over who would have to fetch this mega coffee for her. "What should I do with this? Hit someone over the head?"...
Richard Chamberlain, a trim and youthful 74, cherry picks his acting assignments these days. "Working is lovely and not working is lovely," he says. Chamberlain has called Hawaii home for more than two decades -- he currently lives in Maui -- and when...
"Oh my God, this is a disaster. Now what are we going to do?" lamented one studio publicist handling a bunch of nominees and potential winners. No, he wasn't talking about the WGA strike or the Super Tuesday primary results. It was the just-announced...
Tags: Movies, Christian Bale, Super Bowl, Michael Mann, Unions
Julie Christie, the certified icon and 1965 Oscar winner, has been in town making the awards season rounds thanks to her starring turn in Sarah Polley's "Away From Her." The notoriously press shy actress turned up for a few Q&As, with co-star Gordon...
Jack is back! Warner Bros. had to turn away at least 50 Screen Actors Guild members at an overflowing screening of "The Bucket List" at the TV Academy in North Hollywood last night. About 600 strong filled every seat and then some for the rare and...
After a long, hard winter's march. the trophy trail ends at the Big Enchilada — the 78th annual Academy Awards. Tonight, my tux gets to take one last cruise around the block, as I am a ticketed and parking-permitted guest at Hollywood's Kodak...
To out-of-towners -- and even many Chicagoans -- the Gold Coast is a commercial mecca, a glamorous locale for shopping, dining and entertainment. But to the people who live there, it's home, their neighborhood. And just like any other neighborhood, it has...
Blow your pot o' gold on pre-St. Paddy's Day fetes? Lack of coin is no cause for hanging on the couch with your Netflix picks until next payday. We scoured the city to bring you a week's worth of gratis grazing, comp culture, and no-cost cocktails....
The Hartford CourantIt was obvious back in November when Mother Nature dumped the first load of snow on the state that this winter would be a long one. Depending on your attitude toward driving in blizzards, shoveling snow and scraping the car, this can seem like the...
Sun StaffNEW YORK - The scene inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art last night would surely have been included in Bill Clinton's exhaustive autobiography were the book not already printed and on sale starting at 12:01 a.m. today. Here he could have described a...
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