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Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticDesigning costumes so ingrained in popular culture that they still inspire Halloween disguises 30 years after they were created — Michael Jackson's "Thriller" jacket, Indiana Jones' signature outback slouch look and the unforgettable "College"...
LA Times MagazineSurprising stats from the most famous awards show of them all...
The bride was beautiful. The groom was a handsome prince. Two billion people around the world watched the wedding ceremony performed in April in Westminster Abbey. I was one of them. Even though my London flat is around the corner from the abbey, my...
Culture Monster"Anonymous," the new movie from disaster-flick auteur Roland Emmerich, revives the age-old Oxfordian theory of Shakespearean authorship arguing that Edward de Vere was in fact the man behind the Bard's masterpieces....
Culture MonsterDavid C. Nichols reviews Independent Shakespeare Company's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' in Griffith Park...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesKatherine Parr Complete Works and Correspondence Edited by Janel Mueller University of Chicago Press: 648 pp., $65 One of the difficulties of studying Tudor and medieval women is the silence they have left. Medieval people did not write nearly as much...
The Daily MirrorThere's not much reason to watch Ernst Lubitsch's silent historical epic "Anna Boleyn" (which Netflix informs me is also called "Deception"), unless you're, say, a movie blogger who has set herself the cussed task of watching only films from 1920, 1940,...
Gold DerbyMany Oscarologists like myself and Steve Pond (The Wrap) believe that the chief rival to "The Social Network" for best picture at the Oscars is "The King's Speech." The film looks like such a classic Oscar champ that, even before "The King's Speech"...
Show TrackerFor my entire television-viewing life, Sunday night has meant one thing: âMasterpiece Theatre.â One of my earliest TV memories was being allowed to stay up to watch âThe Six Wives of Henry VIII.â It was very racy for an 8-year-old,....
Culture MonsterLong before Lucy and Ethel were hatching their mad-housewife schemes, Mistress Page and Mistress Ford, the merry wives of Shakespeareâs âThe Merry Wives of Windsor,â were plotting their farcical suburban revenges. You heard right: Shakespeare,...
The Big PictureI had lunch the other day with Tom Hooper, whose film, "The King's Speech," has been earning plaudits everywhere for its absorbing portrayal of King George VI's relationship with his cheeky speech therapist, who helps him overcome a lifelong stutter.........
Show TrackerFor those who just can't wait until the Feb. 27 Oscar telecast and can't get enough of Amy, Christian, Colin, Annette, Geoffrey, Hailee, Javier, Helena, Jeff, Jennifer, Jesse and all the rest, listed below are some highlights of movies, series,......
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