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Associated PressDURHAM, N.C. -- Ron Shelton says he's just now realizing what a home run he hit with "Bull Durham." Two decades have passed since the release of the movie Shelton wrote and directed about an aging minor league catcher, a hotshot pitching prospect and the...
Tags: Tim Robbins, Kevin Costner, Chicago Bulls, Movies, Sports
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTim Robbins was somewhere in red-state country last year shooting the film "The Lucky Ones" when a serviceman approached him in a bar. "One would think it wouldn't be safe for me to be in situations in areas like that," said the actor and political...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer2007-10-23 13:03:10.0 Administrator2: Hi all, and welcome to the Lakers Chat with Andrew and Brian Kamenetzky! 2007-10-23 13:03:15.0 Administrator2: Welcome Andrew and Brian! 2007-10-23 13:03:21.0 Brian Kamenetzky: Hey. How's everyone doing? 2007-10-23...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTwo high-profile stars -- Ryan Gosling and George Clooney -- walked away from their latest projects this weekend. Peter Jackson was said to be quite surprised that Gosling had showed up to start work on "The Lovely Bones" looking like he'd donned a fat...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMAYBE IT'S the fusty name: Emmy. Sounds a bit like that teetotalling aunt who's always bragging about her latest canasta score. Last year, the Emmy Awards drew just 13.1 million viewers, down from 16.2 million the year before. (Even the Country Music...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHERE is no such thing as a Richard Jenkins movie, though he's been in more than 70 of them. Even in his best-known role -- as the mortuary paterfamilias, Nathaniel Fisher, on the HBO series "Six Feet Under" -- Jenkins was dead, haunting the characters...
Gary GoldsteinGood things come to those who wait . . . and wait . . . and wait. Just ask David Permut, Daniel Sladek and Chris Taaffe, who have jointly struggled for nearly 12 years to bring the emotionally charged family drama "Prayers for Bobby" to television. The...
Image is a slippery creature, and one month's style sensation is the next month's tasteless trend. For those keeping score, we offer the 2008 Image Index, a sliding scale of the people, places, ideas and trends that moved up -- and down -- the pop culture...
Theater CriticThere are precious few guarantees in the theater anymore. Boffo playwrights went out with the Neil Simon dinosaurs. A new show by Stephen Sondheim, hands down the greatest living musical theater composer, can't even count on a Broadway booking. The only...
Sam Cohn, a powerful talent agent who dominated New York's talent business during his heyday, has died. He was 79. Cohn, who was at International Creative Management since its inception in 1975 and headed the New York office for nearly 25 years, died...
Tags: Robert Altman, Television, Movies, Entertainment, Theater
Cause CÉlÈbreFOR YEARS musicians have taken a leading role in one of their industry's most important acts of public service -- turning people's hunger for a great song, well performed, into food that feeds the physical hunger of thousands. Live Aid for Africa is...
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