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Rosamund Pike, Christopher Plummer join 'Hector': Peter Chelsom directing indie co-starring Simon PeggVarietyRosamund Pike and Christopher Plummer are set to co-star with Simon Pegg in the indie "Hector and the Search for Happiness." Peter Chelsom will helm from a script he co-wrote with Tinker Lindsay. Pic is based on the Francois Lelord tome about a...
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Martin and Lewis. Lemmon and Matthau. Newman and Redford. Cusack and Piven. OK, maybe John Cusack and Jeremy Piven would be a different thing. For starters, they will need to stop giggling. "We met at the"--Piven offers the name of a famous young...
HOLLYWOOD (Zap2it.com) - Playing the bad guy for the first time delivered Denzel Washington his biggest opening to date as "Training Day" nabbed an estimated $24.2 million from 2,712 theaters. His previous personal best was his last picture, "Remember the...
Associated PressLOS ANGELESTom Green got fingered by the Razzies, a movie-award spoof that singled out his "Freddy Got Fingered" with a leading eight nominations, including worst picture of last year. Joining Green's tacky comedy in the worst-picture category were...
OK, 2001 hasn't been the greatest movie year so far, but fall tends to be the season on which top-10 lists are built. The next few months look especially crowded thanks in part to the studios having rushed movies into production in preparation for the...
Times Film Critic"Serendipity" believes in romantic destiny the way Col. Sanders believed in Kentucky Fried Chicken. A blithe and unapologetic fairy tale about affairs of the heart, it's a spun-sugar confection that's so light and airy it threatens to simply float away....
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC2½ stars (out of 4) "Shall We Dance?" is a well-meaning but overdressed Americanization of the charming 1996 Japanese romantic comedy about a repressed Tokyo businessman who blossoms at a local dance school. And it definitely has a glamor problem. Where...
Times Staff Writer"Shall We Dance?" makes the move from Tokyo to Chicago with the deftness of Fred Astaire leading Ginger Rogers. In Masayuki Suo's 1996 version, a Tokyo office manager who's hit a bored and dissatisfied passage in his life catches a glimpse of a...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 31, 1995 What are Jerry Lewis, Leslie Caron, Ruta Lee and Harold Nicholas doing in the same film? They and a similar contingent of British stalwarts are lending stellar support to two young actors, Oliver Platt and Lee Evans, in...
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