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Fantasy (genre)

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  • Post-Potter, Daniel Radcliffe isn't looking to be the next Harry Potter

     
    Daniel Radcliffe is preparing to sweep Harry Potter under the rug with his Nimbus 2000 and break away from his child star image. Much like his "Harry Potter" co-star Emma Watson, Radcliffe is paving a way for himself post-franchise....
  • 2011 Hugo Award nominees announced

     
    The 2011 Hugo Award nominees have been announced....
  • The films of 2011 — a pretty complete list

     
    Dates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
  • Epic Fail—The Worst films of 2010

     
    Every movie starts with something resembling good intentions. Somebody somewhere thought some folks might enjoy this or that star in this or that guise telling a tale on the great big screen. Even those somebodies who make the “Saw” and &#...
  • Weekend movies: 'The Tourist,' 'The Fighter,' 'The Chronicles of Narnia'

     
    This weekend's got something for everyone, if everyone includes people who like gorgeous movie stars, kids' fantasy films, oddball Shakespeare adaptations and serious movies about getting punched in the face. Here's what's new in theaters this weekend:...
  • Hollywood and the sands of time: A look back at 10 films set in the Middle East

     
    Susan King is the Hero Complex specialist on classic Hollywood, and today she looks back at the long history of American popcorn films set in the Middle East -- and their complicated legacy. Disney and producer Jerry Bruckheimer are together......
  • Science fiction, double feature ... Staging sci-fi is hard, 'Neverwhere' and 'Newts' succeed

     
    "War with the Newts" runs through June 20 at the Kathleen Mullady Theatre on the Loyola campus; $25-$40 at 847-475-1875 and www.nexttheatre.org . Joseph Wycoff, left, Steve Pickering and Eddie Bennet star in the adaptation by Jason Loewith. "Neverwhere"...
  • 'Lost' 10s: 10-plus shows to take the place of 'Lost'

     
    One of the things I've been asked most frequently since we entered the home stretch of "Lost's" final season (and since it ended) is just which shows fans of "Lost" could pick up to perhaps fill the empty hole in......
  • Hugh Jackman gets back in the ring with 'Real Steel'

     
    Hugh Jackman has something to prove -- can he be a major movie star when he isn't in the role of Wolverine? We have some early looks at the film that Jackman is making right now, the sci-fi action film......
  • COMIC-CON 2010: 'Scott Pilgrim' is ready to put up a fight -- and rock out

     
    What film will be the breakout sensation of Comic-Con International 2010? You might want to put your money on Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," which plugs its pop-culture amp into comic books, comedy and cool-kid music. Todd Martens,......
  • Ivana Baquero looks back on 'Pan's Labyrinth' and ahead to 'The New Daughter'

     
    FIVE QUESTIONS: IVANA BAQUERO Barcelona-born actress Ivana Baquero will celebrate her 16th birthday next month and is poised to make her English-speaking acting debut in "The New Daughter," the Anchor Bay Entertainment thriller that arrives on DVD and...
  • Guillermo del Toro on Frank Frazetta: 'He gave the world a new pantheon of heroes'

     
    Guillermo del Toro, Neal Adams and John Milius remember Frank Frazetta in this longer version of the obituary I wrote for Tuesday's edition of the Los Angeles Times. Frank Frazetta, the fantasy painter and illustrator whose images of sinewy warriors......