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  • Guillermo Del Toro's 'Simpsons' opening is horror fans' delight

    Guillermo Del Toro's 'Simpsons' opening is horror fans' delight
    Guillermo del Toro is a horror movie fanatic (just ask anyone who has been a guest at his memorabilia-filled home), and that genre love is on full display in the newly released opening sequence for the upcoming "Simpsons" Halloween episode, known as the...
  • Mipcom's Profile Rises As TV Hits Golden Age

    CANNES -- The global boom of upscale cast-driven drama has injected some glamour and timeliness into the Cannes-set Mipcom confab, turning it into a one-stop-launchpad for top sales companies. The looming airstrike, which was eventually cancelled on...
  • Jennifer Lawrence Heading to Iceland for 'Burial Rites'

    Jennifer Lawrence and Gary Ross, her director on "The Hunger Games," are in negotiations with Lionsgate for "Burial Rites," a feature adaptation of Hannah Kent's novel centering on a murder trial in Iceland in 1829. Allison Shearmur, who has a first-look...
  • Chinua Achebe, author of 'Things Fall Apart,' dies at 82

    Chinua Achebe, author of 'Things Fall Apart,' dies at 82
    Nigerian-born author Chinua Achebe has died. The 82-year-old was best known for his gorgeously written historical novel that served as an indictment of colonialism, "Things Fall Apart." Published in 1958, "Things Fall Apart" soon became an international...
  • Comics' superpowers

    When I was 4 when I was bitten. My parents had taken me to Yellowstone National Park. I remember wooden walkways among geysers. Old Faithful was still faithful then. My father tells me we saw bison and elk, but I only remember being entranced by a walking...
  • Comcast CEO unveils new platform for delivering TV programming

    WASHINGTON -- Next time you want to see a Don Cheadle movie, all you may have to do is say the actor's name to your TV and it will tell you what your options are. That was just one of the features Comcast Chief Executive Brian Roberts talked about...
  • Richard Matheson dies at 87; writer blended normal, inexplicable

    Richard Matheson dies at 87; writer blended normal, inexplicable
    In one of writer Richard Matheson's last novels, when a radio psychologist complains that the woman his wife had just turned away from their door was "terribly disturbed," his wife retorts, "Aren't we all?" That question was central in Matheson's...
  • Randy Runyon dies at 57; entertained as Chucko the clown

    Randy Runyon dies at 57; entertained as Chucko the clown
    Randy Runyon, who entertained audiences in Southern California for more than a decade as Chucko, the clown character he took over from his father in the 1980s, died Wednesday at his home in Canyon Country. He was 57. His death followed a lengthy...
  • Review: "Joyland" by Stephen King

    Review: "Joyland" by Stephen King
      -------------------- This piece first ran in Printers Row Journal, delivered to Printers Row members with the Sunday Chicago Tribune and by digital edition via email. Click here to learn about joining Printers Row. -------------------- I think...
  • Just for Laughs: A boastful Brand and hometown 'Knuckleheads'

    Just for Laughs: A boastful Brand and hometown 'Knuckleheads'
    The TBS Just for Laughs Chicago comedy festival is underway in multiple venues and, as they say on TV, we've got team coverage of everything from the marquee attractions at the Chicago Theatre to the late-night, semi-secret performances that insiders...
  • Erdrich, Boo win National Book Awards

    Erdrich, Boo win National Book Awards
    Novelist Louise Erdrich and journalist Katherine Boo took the top prizes at the National Book Awards in New York on Wednesday night. Although set half a world apart, both women's books express what Boo described as "small stories in so-called hidden...
  • In 'Guns,' King targets gun violence

    In 'Guns,' King targets gun violence
    In 1977, Stephen King published the slender novel, "Rage," under the pseudonym Richard Bachman. The book centered on Charlie Decker, a disgruntled high school senior who shoots his algebra teacher and holds his classmates hostage. In 1988 in San...