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  • Should the Emmys move to cable TV? Or create a spin-off awards show?

     
    TV academy chiefs and network execs are having heated talks behind closed doors right now while trying to hammer out the Emmys' future. Will the awardcast still be aired according to a four-network wheel deal involving ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox? Or should the...
  • Baltimore had a good night at Emmy awards

     
    It might not have been a star turn, but Baltimore had a strong supporting role at Sunday’s Emmy Awards telecast. And it extended beyond the city's well documented ties to the series named best drama and comedy, AMC's "Mad Men" and ABC's "Modern...
  • FALL 2010: 'Spider-Man' is just one strand in a web of Broadway openings

     
    FALL THEATER GUIDE 2010: • TOP 10: 'Romeo' to Albee, Chris Jones makes his picks • PROFILE: A Voltaire musical? Must be Mary Zimmerman • BROADWAY: 'Spider-Man' is one strand in Broadway's web On Dec. 21, “Spider-Man: Turn off the......
  • Movie business hitmen rule the roost: Why is Hollywood still married to the mob?

     
    For the over-60 crowd, making gangster movies is like Viagra. It just keeps the creative juices flowing. The younger generation of moviegoers has only the spottiest of interest in mob stories, since the last actual gangster to even remotely capture......
  • DeNiro, Pacino and Scorsese mob up “The Irishman”

     
    There's a script Robert DeNiro wants to get going with his paisan Martin Scorsese, “The Irishman,” about a Teamsters  leader thought to be an infamous hit-man. Frank Sheeran was the guy's name, Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran. The...
  • Monster Mash: Art Institute of Chicago sues over new wing; Kennedy Center gets big donation

     
    -- Lawsuit: The Art Institute of Chicago is suing a London engineering firm for what it calls delays and shoddy engineering in its Modern Wing addition that opened last year. (Chicago Tribune) -- Windfall: The Kennedy Center for the Performing......
  • Can 'Confessions' make Liza Minnelli a grand slam awards champ?

     
    After sitting on third base since 1973, Liza Minnelli could finally become the 11th artist to complete the awards grand slam if she wins a Grammy Award for "Confessions," her first studio album in almost 15 years. The disc dropped Tuesday to good...
  • Theater review: 'Leap of Faith' at the Ahmanson Theatre

     
    Compared to the preachers making scandalous headlines these days, Jonas Nightingale, the con man at the center of the new musical “Leap of Faith,” is practically a saint. No male hustler companion, no crystal meth, no child molestation. For crying.......
  • Who will receive the next Cecil B. DeMille Award from the Golden Globes?

     
    The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will announce the next recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award on Nov. 9. Let's hope it's not another old, white guy as usual: Al Pacino (age 60 in 2001), Harrison Ford (age 59 in 2002), Gene Hackman (age 72 in 2003),...
  • Monster Mash: U.S. diplomacy to include visual artists; High Museum receives major art gift

     
    Heading abroad: The U.S. State Department is expanding its cultural diplomacy programs to include visual artists such as painters and sculptors. (New York Times) Major donation: The High Museum of Art has received a gift of 90 19th century American......
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’: Jon Hamm deserved better

     
    Well, the wigs were very good last night on “Saturday Night Live.” The comedy? Not so great, although a sketch about victims of viral videos offered some laugh-out-loud moments. A blacksmith hit Kristen Wiig in the head, and Jon Hamm performed...
  • Pacino, Sarandon and Eva Green in “Arbitrage”

     
    Al Pacino would play a banker trying to bail out of the biz before his financial chicanery is exposed in “Arbitrage,” a Wall Street financial thriller also starring Susan Sarandon (as his wife) and post-Bondage Eva Green as his mistress....