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Zap2It.comHBO's comedy pilot "How to Make It in America" has found its two lead actors in Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk. The "October Road" and "Stop-Loss" stars will play two friends chasing the American dream in New York, according to The Hollywood Reporter....
CHILDREN-BRIDGE DEATHS Search resumes for last 2 kids' bodies BAYOU LA BATRE, Ala. (AP) -- The search for the bodies of the last two of four young children allegedly thrown from a coastal Alabama bridge by their father after a fight with his...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC-TV MyFoxAL.com) -- Here are the top local stories at this hour from the FOX6 newsroom... Larry Langford to Pick Two Police Chiefs Birmingham Mayor-elect Larry Langford said Monday he will pick two people to be the new police...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A 19-year-old has been sentenced to 37 years in federal prison for carjacking two women at gunpoint last year. U.S. District Judge U.W. Clemon said he imposed the term -- the longest of his career -- for Derrol Shaw "without...
Tags: Justice System, Prisons, Trials, Punishment, Prosecution
Zap2It.comAs expected, Martin Scorsese won the Directors Guild of America award on Saturday (Feb. 3) night for his work on "The Departed." It was Scorsese's first in-competition DGA prize after taking a Lifetime Achievement honor back in 2003. The win comes nearly...
Times Staff WriterThe UCLA Film & Television Archive's new venue, the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum, officially opens Friday with a screening of the Oscar-winning 1960 Wilder classic "The Apartment." Two days later, the archive kicks off its "Art of Light"...
Tags: Television, Martin Brest, Robert Altman, Movies, Robert De Niro
Times Staff WriterIf history is any indicator, this could be Martin Scorsese's year to finally take home the Oscar. The Directors Guild of America Saturday named Scorsese best director of 2006 for "The Departed." It is the first win in this category for the iconlastic...
Zap2It.comA new "Tales from the Crypt" movie feels like an echo of another time, doesn't it? A time, perhaps, when HBO was just an expensive movie channel rather than the most respected producer of TV drama on the block; a world where a puppet could drop terrible...
Zap2It.comStacy Keach is feeling the heat -- in Dallas, that is. "It's very hot here," he says. "It's about 93 and about 80 percent humidity. They tell me that it's cool, and wait until I come back after July 5, and I'll be really in for it." Keach is in the Lone...
Times Staff WriterClint Eastwood, whose film "Million Dollar Baby" is nominated for seven Academy Awards, was named best director of 2004 on Saturday by the Directors Guild of America. The DGA award for his boxing drama, combined with his receiving the Golden Globe two...
Tags: Television, HBO (tv network), Sports, Ray Charles, Entertainment
Chicago Tribune Movie Critic3 1/2stars (out of 4) "Alien: The Director's Cut" is an old nightmare, made shiny new. It's a scream from another era that still echoes around us. Director Ridley Scott's new, digitally refurbished and re-edited version of his 1979 pop science-fiction...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday November 26, 1997 If you need to read a review to decide if you want to see "Alien Resurrection," you absolutely shouldn't be going. The fourth film in a series that started with Ridley Scott's widely appreciated 1979 original, the...
Tags: Dan Hedaya, Health, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Movies, Entertainment
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