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Viola Davis has won two Tony Awards for her Juilliard-trained stage work in the August Wilson plays "King Hedley II" and "Fences." She has been Oscar-nominated twice, first for a supporting role in "Doubt," more recently for a much larger role, in "The...
The stars of “Divergent” took a break from factional feuding in the post-apocalyptic sci-fi film currently shooting in Chicago to have dinner together Sunday at Girl and the Goat in the West Loop. Shailene Woodley, whose character leaves the...
If getting reamed by the notoriously grumpy Harrison Ford is a rite of passage for entertainment reporters, you could say I was finally initiated into the club March 18. In fact, you could say a few Chicago reporters were initiated that night. The actor...
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Before it became a lucrative if critically drubbed exemplar of '80s cinematic cheese, the Tom Cruise vehicle "Cocktail" first sprang to life as a novel by Heywood Gould, who based the book on his experiences bartending throughout New York in the 1970s....
A young woman's reddish-brown hair, in close-up, dissolves into an overhead shot of wild reeds, eased this way and that by the wind. "Stoker" would be nothing without such flourishes. The film swims in them, and cares little for conventional narrative...
If comic book characters are a driving force in Hollywood, it's worth noting that Wonder Woman, one of the most iconic characters of the last 70 years, has yet to star in her own live-action movie. She hasn't been completely ignored. Two years ago,...
It's fall, a good time for countdowns. •Countdown: 53 days till Christmas. •Countdown: 20 days till Thanksgiving. •Countdown: 14 days until I put up Christmas decorations. •Countdown: Seven columns to go. •Backward countdown:...
“People just really like nuns,” a theater manager of my acquaintance once said to me, explaining with a shrug the success of such sisters-infused entertainments as “The Sound of Music,” “Nunsense” and “Sister Act....
The Pasadena Playhouse has had more close calls than Pearl White, more farewells (and miraculous recoveries) than Sarah Bernhardt. And here we go again. The theater, which began 93 years ago as a troupe of actors in the Crown City, switched off its stage...
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The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe culture will pause this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death. But the 1950s other great blonde sex symbol is still with us, and she just triumphed. Kim Novak is the female lead in “Vertigo,” which has been...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelComing this weekend: “An Officer and a Murderer,” a true story, is a real shocker from Lifetime. Gary Cole plays Col. Russell Williams, a high-ranking officer in Canada's air force. The movie depicts Williams' secret life of breaking into...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe CBS Friday lineup is in reruns. But the new offerings include ABC's "Shark Tank" at 8 and the season finale of NBC's "Grimm" at 9. "Shark Tank" features Orlando entrepreneur Phil Dumas. ABC says the panelists go into "a feeding frenzy" over Dumas...
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