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Jeff Bridges took home the lead actor Academy Award for his portrayal of down-and-not-entirely-out country singer Bad Blake in the film "Crazy Heart," but that star turn on the big screen wasn't entirely an act. Bridges has been as passionate about...
Go to Roger Deakins' IMDB page and you'll see that the celebrated cinematographer has won 65 awards. And IMDB hasn't yet updated the page to include Sunday night's victory at the American Society of Cinematographers Awards, where he took the top prize for...
It's startling to observe the changes you go through when you move to another country — changes in the way you interact with women and men. Even the way you dress. I started to think about acculturation after I moved from Germany to Southern...
A New York native of Sicilian heritage, Ben Gazzara was a strongly masculine, subtly menacing screen presence with a gravelly voice that one writer described as "saloon-cured" and another said could strip paint at 50 paces. The veteran actor, who died...
CANNES, France — Whatever its commercial fortunes when it opens in the U.S. this December, "Inside Llewyn Davis" already has won the acclaim sought so ardently by the fictional folk singer of its title, the latest charismatic loser in a long,...
JR Linton's painting "What Do You Mean, Another Castle?" depicts an enraged Super Mario, eyes bloodshot, plumber's wrench in hand, cracking that infamous mushroom character Toad across the mouth. Mario's right hook is captured midswing by Linton, whose...
College football is played on Saturday. And in the Jewish religion, Saturday is the Sabbath. That might create some complications if you happen to be an observant Jew as well as the longtime radio voice of the Mississippi State Bulldogs. But in fact:...
It's a mark of great film-making when the retelling of history, with a known outcome, seizes us with suspense. Such is the case with "Argo," which had my heart racing within the first five minutes thanks to Ben Affleck's smart direction. It opens with...
Tribune reportersContinual coverage of the trial of Drew Peterson for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. -------------------- 6:10 p.m. Jury asks to go home Judge Edward Burmila told jurors they could go home or keep deliberating, and the jury has...
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Neal Carpenter of Mechanicsburg has a mean streak, which, obviously, he must have inherited from his mother. In any case, he seemed to enjoy discussing the latest news from Hanford, Calif., where a calamity threatened an exquisite dining establishment ...
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