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  • PASSINGS: Margaret Field O'Mahoney

    PASSINGS: Margaret Field O'Mahoney
    Margaret Field O'Mahoney, 89, an actress who gave up her career in movies and television to raise her children, including daughter Sally Field, died Sunday at her home in Malibu after a six-year struggle with cancer, publicist Heidi Schaeffer said. Using...
  • Jill Clayburgh dies at 66; Oscar-nominated actress

    Jill Clayburgh dies at 66; Oscar-nominated actress
    Jill Clayburgh, whose Broadway and Hollywood acting career was highlighted by her Oscar-nominated roles in the 1970s films "An Unmarried Woman" and "Starting Over," died Friday. She was 66. Her husband, Tony Award-winning playwright David Rabe, said...
  • Irving Ravetch dies at 89; screenwriter co-wrote 'Hud,' 'Norma Rae' with wife

    Irving Ravetch dies at 89; screenwriter co-wrote 'Hud,' 'Norma Rae' with wife
    Irving Ravetch, a two-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter — for "Hud" and "Norma Rae," written with his wife and collaborator, Harriet Frank Jr. — has died. He was 89. Ravetch died Sunday of pneumonia at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in...
  • Laura Ziskin dies at 61; 'Spider-Man' producer

    Laura Ziskin dies at 61; 'Spider-Man' producer
    When disagreements between some of Hollywood's most powerful people began to roil plans for a fourth "Spider-Man" movie several years ago, some in the entertainment industry were advising filmmakers to walk away. But Laura Ziskin, the franchise's...
  • On Location: Shoe repair shop makes a footprint in Hollywood

     
    Raul Ojeda was working as a shoe shiner. Now the 29-year-old is leaving his own footprint in Hollywood, supplying custom-made shoes to the stars, from Steve Carell to Sally Field....
  • 'Gump,' 'Bambi' among 2011 National Film Registry selections

     
    he 1994 Oscar-winning best film, “Forrest Gump,” Walt Disney’s 1942 classic animated family film, “Bambi,” Charlie Chaplin’s first feature-length comedy “The Kid” and a 1912 silent comedy “A Cure for...
  • A crowd-sourced Facebook app wises up to the Oscar race

     
    An online application called Wisdom that analyzes demographic data gathered from Facebook users takes a look at the Oscar race....
  • Fox strikes licensing deal with Amazon to stream movies, TV shows

     
    News Corp. has reached a licensing deal that adds about 2,000 films and television shows from its library to Amazon.com's instant streaming service, bringing to 11,000 the number of titles available through Amazon Prime....
  • New York Fashion Week: Thom Browne's sister act

     
    Thom Browne's first women's runway show may have taken place here on Valentine's Day, but the collection was no love letter to the female form, offering up dramatic pieces that played with volume: broadening at the hips like a set......
  • Randy Newman on playing Oscar night: 'The academy never goes for any of my trashy ideas'

     
    Randy Newman loves to poor-mouth his salability, since he's written untold hundreds of songs, but the few that have been even minor commercial hits for him were comparatively lightweight items like "Short People" and "I Love L.A." So when it......
  • 'American Idol' recap: The top 11 tackle Motown

     
    No one ever said it was easy to be a contestant on "American Idol" – and sure, you expect to get criticism (constructive, one hopes) from the judges. But having your mother's cooking dissed? That seems a little beyond the......