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"The question you're always asked is, 'Is opera still relevant?' " says handsome young tenor on the rise Joseph Kaiser. Despite his amiable temperament, he seems peeved by the frequently posed query. And why not? Singers like Kaiser and star baritone...
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This can't be a joke because there's a writers strike on and jokes are out for the duration. So in all unscripted seriousness, I ask, could Hollywood really be smarter than Washington? Is it possible that movie people are savvier than political people?...
SIMON HALFON, producer of the remake of the thriller "Sleuth," insists that star Jude Law isn't obsessed with roles made famous by Michael Caine -- although it may appear the younger man is moving down the veteran actor's repertoire. Three years ago, Law...
The real honor roll at Hogwarts Academy in the " Harry Potter" films has nothing to do with child wizards and their magical aptitude: It's the list of esteemed British thespians who have been brought in to cast their spells as the colorful supporting...
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The Toronto International Film Festival unveiled a lineup of prestigious films on Wednesday bound to attract awards and critical attention. The festival's 32nd annual slate includes 349 films from 55 countries. Among the highlights is the world premiere...
Special to The TimesCharlton Heston, the Oscar-winning actor who achieved stardom playing larger-than-life figures including Moses, Michelangelo and Andrew Jackson and went on to become an unapologetic gun advocate and darling of conservative causes, has died. He was 84....
VarietyBased about 9 miles southwest of central London, Twickenham Studios was built on the site of an old ice-skating rink that was acquired in 1912 by Dr. Ralph Jupp. One of the U.K.âs oldest surviving studios, the site opened in 1913. The studioâs first...
The Philadelphia InquirerIt's no walk in the park, this Captain Kirk business. Beaming down from the Enterprise to 23d-century Earth -- just think what that does to your molecules. Jet-packing through deepest space, with only a thin metal suit and a helmet protecting you from...
VarietyThe King in the North is becoming Cinderella's Prince Charming. "Game of Thrones'" Richard Madden has been cast as the prince in Disney's live-action version of "Cinderella." Kenneth Branagh will direct the film, which also stars "Downton Abbey's"...
It's how a lot of us got hooked on movies in the first place. When I was 8 or 9 I saw "2001: A Space Odyssey" in 70 mm in Milwaukee with my mother. My memory's fuzzy on the particulars but I recall asking so many questions about the obelisk on the drive...
Kenneth Branagh on Keira Knightley in 'Anna Karenina': SAG Preview: Actors on Actors - Branagh on KnightleyVarietyKeira Knightley is breathtaking as "Anna Karenina." Caught in a loveless marriage, Anna is swept off her feet by the dashing Count Vronsky and the sense of joy portrayed by Knightley when she finds true love for the first time in her life is contagious....
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