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  • Authors in L.A. this week: Matty Simmons, Julie Andrews

     
    Authors in L.A. this week: Matty Simmons with an 'Animal House' memoir, Julie Andrews and more...
  • A&E medical thriller “Coma” reunites Geena Davis and Ridley Scott

     
    A&E's two-part movie miniseries Coma (Sept. 3-4 at 9pm ET) is based on the Robin Cook novel and comes from executive producers Ridley and Tony Scott (Tony died in an apparent suicide on Aug. 19) boasting an all-star cast: Lauren Ambrose, Steven Pasquale,...
  • Today: Steve Harvey, Joy Behar, ‘The View’ premiere; ‘Coma’ concludes

     
    Highlights on the TV schedule today: 1. Michelle Obama headlines the Democratic National Convention from Charlotte, N.C. ABC, CBS and NBC devote the 10 p.m. hour to the conclave. You'll find more extensive coverage on cable news, PBS (which starts at 8 p....
  • ‘Argo’: Ben Affleck puts TV actors to work; hello, Adrienne Barbeau!

     
    Long before he became a film actor and director, Ben Affleck was a TV actor. Do you remember him as quarterback Joe Willie Clemons in “Against the Grain”? Probably not. The series lasted just a season — 1993-94 — on NBC, but it was...
  • With “Hunted,” Cinemax moves into more mature original programming

     
    When Strike Back and Femme Fatales premiered, ushering in Cinemax‘s foray into original programming, they seemed like exactly the kinds of shows Cinemax would come up with. The production values, acting and story lines were improved, but they fit...
  • ‘Prince of Darkness’ John Carpenter honored at Screamfest

     
    Often, when John Carpenter's name is mentioned, it's in the context of landmark genre fare like “Halloween,” “Escape From New ......
  • Tony Scott: a top gun on TV with ‘The Good Wife,’ ‘Coma’

     
    Tony Scott may not have won raves for his movies, but he certainly did for his television work. Scott produced “The Good Wife,” the best drama currently on broadcast television, with brother Ridley Scott. The CBS legal series starring Julianna...
  • Must See TV Movie List

     
    I just finished Warren Littlefield’s book “Top of the Rock: Inside the Rise and Fall of Must See TV.” It was a Father’s Day present. Littlefield was NBC's president of entertainment during that era, and it was fun to learn......
  • 'Prometheus' comes up short of 'Alien' aspirations, critics say

     
    "Prometheus" director Ridley Scott has said that "Prometheus" shares DNA with his 1979 sci-fi horror show "Alien." The big question then is whether "Prometheus," starring Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender, can match "Alien," and for...
  • ‘A Cat in Paris’ animated film draws on French roots

     
    The hand-animated foreign feature is a noirish tale inspired by one of the filmmakers’ curiosity about the nighttime exploits of his feline friend....
  • Christoper Nolan pulls a Guillermo del Toro

     
    Christopher Nolan, director of "The Dark Knight Rises," will godfather and executive produce Wally Pfister's directorial debut; Nolan has worked with Pfister on movies such as "Memento" and "The Dark Knight."...
  • The year in video games: Indie titles hint at gaming possibilities

     
    Pick almost any year since 2005 in cinema, and it can pretty safely be labeled the year of the superhero. ......