Christie D’Zurilla covers breaking entertainment news. A graduate of USC, she joined the Los Angeles Times in 2003 as a copy editor and has more than 25 years of journalism experience in Southern California. As befits her beat, she has a high tolerance for inappropriate behavior.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber reacted as many did to the ‘Cats’ movie: ‘I saw it and I just thought, Oh, God, no.’ But a new little buddy is helping him manage.
El éxito de Netflix “The Squid Game” es, en parte, por el dinero. Ahora el creador de la serie revela hasta dónde estaba dispuesto a llegar cuando necesitaba efectivo.
Just back from her honeymoon, Lena Dunham made the mistake of seeing what folks had to say about her wedding. She found “an echo chamber of body shaming.”
“Black-ish” star Anthony Anderson is OK with others’ vaccine choices. “I’m not here to judge anyone on what they should do with their body,” he says.
Netflix’s hit ‘Squid Game’ is, in part, about the money. Now the series’ creator reveals the lengths he was willing to go to when he needed cash.
Miramax de Harvey Weinstein atrapó a ‘El Señor de los Anillos’ a su vez. El actor Elijah Wood dice que la trilogía tuvo un tiro de despedida contra el violador convicto.
Harvey Weinstein’s Miramax trapped ‘The Lord of the Rings’ in turnaround. Actor Elijah Wood says the trilogy had a parting shot at the convicted rapist.
Matt Lauer ‘ultimately turned out to be two very different people,’ former ‘Today’ co-anchor Katie Couric reportedly writes in her upcoming memoir.
Aaron Sorkin had his reasons for waiting to talk about Scott Rudin’s bad behavior, which he experienced as ‘a higher class of bullying,’ minus violence.
Britney Spears enjoys an island getaway with her fiancé while Gov. Gavin Newsom signs a #FreeBritney-inspired conservatorship reform bill back home.