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Zap2It.comWarner Bros. has apparently restarted its plans to bring the DC Comics "Justice League" franchise to the big screen ASAP. According to Variety, the studio still hopes to have the George Miller-directed "Justice League" film in theaters as a Summer 2009...
Times Staff WriterAmong the many Emmy Awards that will not be given out tonight — because they were given out earlier, along with the myriad "creative arts" awards, in such categories as directing, music, casting andbest animated, documentary and children's...
Tribune movie reporterFor a supposedly wide-open Oscar race, this year's field sure seems narrow. Just weeks ago Academy Awards handicappers were proclaiming the up-for-grabs nature of the contests in the absence of consensus Big Fat Oscar Movies -- that is, the kind of...
Times Staff WriterThe world has certainly seen a lot of calendars -- Julian and Gregorian, Aztec and Mayan, French Revolutionary and Christian ecclesiastical -- but there has never been a calendar quite like the Oscar calendar: It's apparently only two months long....
Times Staff WriterYou hear it every year, the talk about the Oscar campaign, the Oscar vote, the front-runners and dark horses. You see them every year too: ads, fliers, even billboards soliciting votes. If you didn't know better, you'd think it was a political election .....
You're standing in the middle of the crowded highway that is this summer's movie schedule, and those 18-wheelers barreling toward you boast familiar logos: There goes "Spider-Man" (whoosh!), and here come "Star Wars"..."Scooby-Doo"... "Men in Black"..."...
"What the mass media offers is not popular art but entertainment which is intended to be consumed like food, forgotten, and replaced by a new dish." That's a line from the British poet W.H. Auden. His is not a name that trips off the tongues of moguls...
A complete list of 72nd annual Academy Award nominees, with the Oscar winners in upper case. Best picture: "AMERICAN BEAUTY" "The Cider House Rules" "The Green Mile" "The Insider" "The Sixth Sense" Best actor: KEVIN SPACEY, "American Beauty" Russell...
Tags: Aimee Mann, Chloe Sevigny, Jude Law, Movies, M. Night Shyamalan
Hartford CourantToday's film audiences understand fragments. They can think in nonlinear segments and isolated, seemingly disconnected events. They can time-travel better than Mr. Peabody and Sherman and the WABAC Machine. They trust that disconnected threads and...
Tags: Television, Movies, Entertainment, Peter Boyle, Cinema Industry
The Hartford CourantBetween the end of summer and the edge of winter and the holiday season, the movies shrink. The budgets are lower; the weekend totals dip. As young acolytes await the second coming of Harry Potter on Nov. 15 and older fans count the days until Pierce...
Times Staff WriterThe ascendancy of Johnny Knoxville and the rest of MTV's "Jackass" gang to the big screen shouldn't come as all that surprising, especially given the original show's popularity and the synergistic ethos of the cable network's parent company, Paramount,...
Celebrities are putting their stamp on everything lately, from presidential candidates to clothing lines. Thankfully the newest wave of star endorsements is something club-hopping celebs actually know about: booze. From rap stars shilling vodka to film...
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