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  • 'Hunger Games': Can 'Catching Fire' Burn Brighter Than the Original?

    When Jennifer Lawrence landed the role of Katniss Everdeen in the first "The Hunger Games" two years ago, neither she nor the film's producer, Nina Jacobson, nor financial backer Lionsgate could imagine the magnitude of what would transpire for all of...
  • Eden Sher Brought to Tears at 'The Middle' 100th Episode Party

    It may have been celebration, but Eden Sher of "The Middle" got a little emotional with the rest of the cast as they celebrated their 100th episode Oct. 19 at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles. While talking about how much she loves her castmates,...
  • Sony Pictures Classics Topper to Deliver London Keynote

    LONDON -- Michael Barker, co-prexy of Sony Pictures Classics, will deliver the keynote address at the Film London Production Finance Market, which runs Oct. 16-17 in London. Barker will provide the 200-plus delegates and industry guests with an insight...
  • Lois Duncan on reaching a new generation of teen readers

    Lois Duncan on reaching a new generation of teen readers
    Long before YA literature was a massive category of books yielding an unending stream of blockbuster movies, Lois Duncan was a writer whose page-turners kept teen readers up at night. Author of more than 50 books, many for children and teens, Duncan hit...
  • Go Away With ... Frances Fisher

    Go Away With ... Frances Fisher
    "Travel is one of the best ways of knowing that we're all one as human beings on this planet," says actress Frances Fisher. "I grew up traveling. When I had my baby (Francesca Eastwood), it seemed natural to take her everywhere with me. She loved it!"...
  • Interview: Imagine Dragons singer savors flight on the wings of success

    Interview: Imagine Dragons singer savors flight on the wings of success
    Midway through my conversation with Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds and his wife, Aja Volkman, in Nellcote's private dining area last week, Volkman — whose band, Nico Vega, opened for Imagine Dragons earlier that night at the House of Blues...
  • Interview: 'The Call' star David Otunga finds himself in the center of the ring

    Interview: 'The Call' star David Otunga finds himself in the center of the ring
    David Otunga had little time to order food Friday during lunchtime at Howells & Hood in the Tribune Tower — not with his hectic press tour running late and a live TV appearance up next — so the Elgin native and WWE Superstar settled for just a...
  • Review: 'The People in the Trees' by Hanya Yanagihara

    Review: 'The People in the Trees' by Hanya Yanagihara
    In 1976, D. Carleton Gadjusek was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for proving the link between a slow-acting prion disease that caused madness and death in the Fore tribe in Papua New Guinea and the tribe’s funerary ritual of eating deceased...
  • Lizzie Skurnick aims at reviving classic teen fiction

    Lizzie Skurnick aims at reviving classic teen fiction
    Lizzie Skurnick wants to nudge several new titles into the literary canon. On the shelf not too far from "A Separate Peace," by John Knowles, she'd place Brenda Scott Wilkinson's "Ludell." In sight of John Steinbeck's "The Red Pony," perhaps she'd...
  • Shannon Hale on turning her novel 'Austenland' into a movie

    Shannon Hale on turning her novel 'Austenland' into a movie
    Eight years ago, novelist Shannon Hale read an interview with a writer who was on the verge of publishing her first book. “Ohhh,” Hale sighed sympathetically. “It doesn’t sound like she has writer friends.” -------------...
  • Why you should read genre books

    Why you should read genre books
    I'm usually reading four or five books at a time. At the moment, I'm in the middle of Husain Haddawy's enchanting translation of “The Arabian Nights” (forget Cervantes and Sterne — this is where postmodernism begins); Jean-Luc Marion's...
  • Stephenie Meyer talks about 'The Host'

    In the midst of separating a generation of young female readers into Team Edward and Team Jacob, Stephenie Meyer, author of the wildly popular "Twilight" novels, started a new book called "The Host." Published by Little, Brown in 2008, "The Host" is a...