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JOHN LASSETER is in a classic no-win position. The chief creative officer at both Pixar and the Disney animation group is one of the most influential filmmakers of our era, both as a director (most recently of "Cars") and as the guiding force behind...
Zap2It.comThe most popular guy in Hollywood tonight is a dude who's a little over a foot tall and shiny. No, not E! red-carpet host Ryan Seacrest. It's Ocsar night, which means three-plus hours of showbiz people thanking their agents, publicists, families, co-...
Times Staff WriterNo matter how famous you are, there's no escaping age. Forget the astronomically expensive gown, the 50 carats on loan, the dermatologist on speed dial, the stylist who never sleeps. When you're on the red carpet, in front of millions of critics, the...
Zap2It.comAn overcast and slightly chilly day in Los Angeles did nothing to dampen the spirits of Hollywood's elite as they arrived for the 79th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 25. Among the trends seen on the red carpet were various shades of red, blush...
Tags: Al Gore, Sally Kirkland, Meryl Streep, Spike Lee, Steve Carell
Sun ReporterMartin Scorsese finally felt the love last night from the film industry, as his mob drama, The Departed, was named best picture and he was named best director. "Could you double-check the envelope?" Scorsese joked after being presented the directing...
Zap2It.comHenry VIII is only on its second wife in the timeline of "The Tudors," so there's plenty more story left to tell. Showtime agrees. The pay-cable network has picked up the Golden Globe-nominated show for a third season, it announced Tuesday (April 22)....
When Jodie Foster left her home in a Vera Wang halter dress, its pale blue perfectly matched the hue of the star's eyes. By the time she finished a march down the red carpet of the 79th Annual Academy Awards, she was shivering and worried that her skin...
Tags: Susan Lucci, Al Gore, Elizabeth II, Spike Lee, Quincy Jones
Zap2It.comHistory tells us that, later in his life, England's King Henry VIII became extremely fond of extremely large codpieces -- decorative covers for a man's, er, vital area -- such as the one he's wearing in the portrait of him by Hans Holbein the Younger....
Tags: Entertainment, Roman Catholicism, Spain, Eyewear, Television
"Freedom Writers" writer-director Richard LaGravenese tied with "Venus" writer Hanif Kureishi for the $25,000 feature film Humanitas prize, one of 12 announced at a lunch on Tuesday. "MASH" writer Larry Gelbart was honored with the Kieser Award for...
Tribune movie critic2 stars (out of four) "Stardust" has its moments, most of them plot-unrelated. The highlight is a patter routine wherein Robert De Niro, as a cross-dressing pirate, haggles over the price of some fenced goods with a disreputable fellow played by Ricky...
Tags: Carol Kane, Entertainment, Claire Danes, Daniel Craig, Crimes
ON the eve of the release of "Ratatouille," Brad Bird knew he was going to need some help winning over the moviegoing public. "Look, it's a film about rats and it's about cooking and it's about France," the director and screenwriter of the Disney Pixar...
Zap2It.comComing off the artistic triumph of "The Incredibles," there was no way Pixar's "Cars" would be anything other than a disappointment. Similarly, coming off the soulless cacophony of "Cars," Pixar's "Ratatouille" could only be greeted as a returning hero....
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