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Val Kilmer

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  • Yuri Rasovsky dies at 67; big name in radio dramas, audio books

    Yuri Rasovsky dies at 67; big name in radio dramas, audio books
    Radio drama was thought to be nearly extinct when Yuri Rasovsky launched the National Radio Theater of Chicago in the early 1970s, and he emerged as a major voice in its revival. One of his first productions was a radio adaptation of the 1920 silent...
  • Val Kilmer wants to make his Mark (Twain)

     
    Few actors own a role the way Hal Holbrook owns Mark Twain. The Tony- and Emmy-winning actor, who recently turned 87, has played the humorist in his one-man stage play “Mark Twain Tonight!” since 1954, logging thousands of performances and...
  • CBS tours Cedars-Sinai's unexpected collection of modern art

     
    On an upcoming CBS segment, news correspondent Bill Whitaker takes a tour through the 1,000 pieces of modern art on display at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles....
  • Is corporate rock so desolate we're excited about Tenacious D?

     
    The Tenacious D pair of Jack Black and Kyle Gass have reemerged with an extended, movie-parodying clip titled "To Be the Best." Foo Fighter Dave Grohl makes an appearance, as does crooner Josh Groban, and no one seems to mind when Val Kilmer is killed....
  • Review: Ryan Adams at Walt Disney Concert Hall

     
    Ryan Adams performed the first of two sold out nights at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts was there to review it....
  • Grammy nominees include audio books from Tina Fey, Betty White

     
    Two audiobooks of memoirs by comediennes, read by the authors themselves, received Grammy nominations this week: Tina Fey's "Bossypants" and Betty White's "If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won't)."...
  • Renny Harlin on his career: 'I get it. I'm not the messiah anymore'

     
    Renny Harlin takes a big step forward in his comeback story with the new drama "5 Days of War."...
  • Literary highlights of Comic-Con

     
    Edgar Allen Poe and John Milton had their time in the sun at San Diego's Comic-Con....
  • James Roday talks 'Psych,' directs 'Greedy'

     
    James Roday is heading into his sixth season playing fake psychic Shawn Spencer on USA’s dramedy procedural, "Psych." But when he's not solving crimes in a Vancouver passing as Santa Barbara, Roday produces theater with Red Dog Squadron. His company's.....
  • Theater review: 'The Earth-a-llujah Earth-a-llujah Revival' at REDCAT

     
    Praise the Lord and power down your iPod, Reverend Billy is here to save your bar-coded soul. The activist pastor and his Life After Shopping gospel choir rocked the REDCAT house (twice) on Thursday night in “The Earth-a-llujah Earth-a-llujah Revival,â€...
  • Movie Projector: 'Shrek' probably won't start with as much green this time around

     
    The big screen's most famous ogre might have good reason to be grumpy this weekend. "Shrek Forever After," the fourth and purportedly final installment of DreamWorks Animation's money-minting series, could very well be the first since 2001's original...