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  • 'The Rocketeer' -- a retro adventure that was ahead of its time

     
    "THE ROCKETEER," 8 p.m. tonight, ArcLight Hollywood "The Rocketeer" was a valentine to the old movie serials but in a way, the 1991 Disney film was also ahead of its time. "The Rocketeer" flies again Monday (Aug. 9) at the......
  • Game maker LucasArts lays off one-third of staff [updated]

     
    George Lucas' video game business shrank Wednesday as LucasArts laid off about one-third of its approximately 250 person staff, according to two people familiar with the matter. The San-Francisco based video game publisher has for years struggled to...
  • 'Lost': the one

     
    "What They Died For" is a lot of things. It's a fantastic episode of "Lost," one that moves like a rocket. It's a big, relatively well-handled infodump that makes sure we know how everything and everyone fits into the big......
  • Should Shia LaBeouf keep his mouth shut about 'Indiana Jones'?

     
    In recent days, Hollywood has been in a tizzy over one of those earth-shaking issues that frequently set off four-alarm fires all across the movie industry: Should actors who took a lot of dough to star in a cruddy sequel......
  • Harrison Ford returns to the 'Star Wars' universe -- for one night

     
    Harrison Ford isn't someone who dwells on his past on-screen moments much, especially when it comes to the "Star Wars" films that turned him into an international superstar. That was clear Wednesday night when he shrugged and chuckled when asked......
  • Ridley Scott: 'Blade Runner' has 'echoed through pop culture in a very special way'

     
    FROM THE ARCHIVE: 2007 RIDLEY SCOTT INTERVIEW Ridley Scott is one of three directors I'll be interviewing on stage next weekend at the first Hero Complex Film Festival and we'll be screening two of his landmark films: "Blade Runner" and......
  • Mary McNamara: Universal's Harry Potter outduels Disney

     
    Los Angeles Times television critic Mary McNamara is in Orlando to review the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure. Her full review will run later this week but here's a few quick dispatches from the......
  • Critic's Notebook: "Doctor Who," man of plastic

     
    Can't get enough "Doctor Who"? Too long between episodes? Missing David Tennant? Thought Kylie Minogue should have had a crack at something more than just a Christmas special? Luke Molloy apparently does, too. I know nothing of Luke apart from......
  • 'The People vs George Lucas' brings its case to L.A. Wednesday night

     
    LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL "The People vs. George Lucas" screens Wednesday night at the Los Angeles Film Festival and Hero Complex contributor Noelene Clark caught with the film's producer and director of photography, Robert Muratore. Muratore and director...
  • 'The Last Airbender' brings Hollywood to Greenland

     
    When it comes to film locations, few could be considered as forbidding as Greenland. After all, 85% of the land is covered in ice. But the world's largest island proved to be the ideal backdrop for some key scenes in......
  • COMIC-CON 2010: Seth MacFarlane does 'Family Guy' live

     
    It was "Family Guy" live Saturday morning at Comic-Con, as creator Seth MacFarlane, in character as the emblematic Stewie, tore into a rapid-fire performance of his original song "Down Syndrome Girl," a paean to the character that famously offended Sarah....