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The Big PictureEven though it wasn't until last Friday that WME officially announced that it was dropping Mel Gibson as a client, rival talent agencies had figured Gibson's days at WME were numbered when the agency took out trade ads paying tribute......
The Big PictureIt's such a quintessentially American thing to do that I'm surprised that someone hasn't already engraved it on our $20 bills: If you shoot off your mouth and hurl stupid insults at innocent people, the best thing to do is......
Company TownAlice is likely to find a huge box office gold at the bottom of the rabbit hole this weekend. Walt Disney Studios' 3-D version of "Alice in Wonderland," directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp, is headed for one......
The Hero ComplexHere's the lowdown on commercial expectations for "Alice in Wonderland," courtesy of Ben Fritz at our sister blog, Company Town... Alice is likely to find a huge box office gold at the bottom of the rabbit hole this weekend. Walt......
The Hero ComplexLast fall, movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Mel Gibson shook hands for the first time and then sat down for an intense five-hour meeting to discuss a topic of mutual passion â making an epic Viking film. No Hollywood project......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIf God made man in his own image, then does God look anything like Arnold Schwarzenegger? That's a question you might mull over when you come across a picture of a much younger topless governator flexing in the pages of a glossy edition of the New...
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RICHARD SCHICKEL is a film critic for Time and the author of many books, including "Elia Kazan: A Biography."MOVIES ARE, in their nature, violent. Every shot in every film begins with the director calling "action," and more often than not — more often, certainly, than in real life — someone gets hit, stomped, blown away or otherwise seriously maimed....
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I had an epiphany the first time I visited the Free Tract Society, in a large storefront on York Boulevard in Los Angeles' Highland Park. Two 20-foot-long tables were weighed down with neatly stacked piles of fliers blaring lurid headlines that dealt with...
In a Holy Week ritual hearking back to medieval Spain, teenagers from seven East Los Angeles parishes donned costumes Sunday to reenact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Several dozen youths, garbed in the vivid red cloaks and brass helmets of Roman...
Tags: Jesus Christ, Mel Gibson, Gang Activity, Lent, Adults
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe head of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department civilian oversight office said Tuesday that he has concerns about what motivated sheriff's officials to try to conceal Mel Gibson's anti-Jewish statements and belligerent behavior from the public and...
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A screenwriter has sued Mel Gibson and his production company, claiming he was misled by the actor-director into accepting a small payment for writing "The Passion of the Christ," and was refused extra money when the film became a blockbuster. Benedict...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe main road through the celebrity-studded beach community is where Robert Downey Jr. was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in 1996. And where Nick Nolte was picked up in 2002 for the same reason, resulting in a famous mug shot. Earlier this year, a...
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