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  • Drury Lane to make 'Promises' part of 2012 season

    “Promises, Promises,” the 1968 musical with a book by Neil Simon and a score by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, will be part of the 2012 season at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace, a spokesman for the theater said Monday. The retro-...
  • A close-up on this year's film costumes

    A close-up on this year's film costumes
    From the lava-like raw-linen tunic inspired by avant-garde Japanese design in "The Tempest" to the Rodarte-designed twisted tutus in "Black Swan," the fashion in this holiday season's "prestige" films is notable for historical references and inventive...
  • Edith Head's legend endures

    Edith Head's legend endures
    It's been almost 29 years since Edith Head's died, but interest in the enigmatic American costume designer with the signature, seemingly impenetrable, circular eyeglasses has never waned. This fall, the Hollywood legend is the subject of a new book, as...
  • Early Alfred Hitchcock effort discovered

    Early Alfred Hitchcock effort discovered
    It's the kind of surprise the Master of Suspense would have loved. The National Film Preservation Foundation and the New Zealand Film Archive are announcing Wednesday the discovery of the first 30 minutes of a 1923 British film, "The White Shadow,"...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Doris Day

    Patt Morrison Asks: Doris Day
    Add it all up, and Doris Day's singular singing voice has spent more than 11 years on the Billboard charts. Her three dozen-plus films made millions of fans and dollars. And now, after nearly two decades of living below the radar in Carmel, Doris Day is...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Diane Keaton

    Patt Morrison Asks: Diane Keaton
    If you're lazily inclined to define Diane Keaton by the crossword-puzzle-sized word "actor," you need to get out more. Add to that her work as director and producer, photographer, restorer of venerable houses, board member of the Los Angeles Conservancy...
  • Review: Lana del Rey at the Troubadour

     
    Young singer Lana del Rey made her Los Angeles debut at the Troubadour on Wednesday night. Los Angeles Times pop critic Randall Roberts was there....
  • 'Rififi,' 'Topkapi': Kenneth Turan's film picks of the week

     
    "Rififi" and "Topkapi": Forced to work in Europe because of the Hollywood blacklist, director Jules Dassin made excellent use of his opportunities, making among other films a pair of heist movies that just about redefined the genre....
  • Daniel Craig talks 'Dragon Tattoo,' next Bond film 'Skyfall'

     
    Fans of Daniel Craig can get two scoops of the actor this week in theaters -- in "The Adventures of Tintin" and "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo." After that, though, you'll have to wait until fall 2012 for "Skyfall," his next iteration as James Bond....
  • Around Town: 'Mad, Mad World' and other comedy classics

     
    The American Cinematheque is ringing in the New Year with some wild and crazy comedy classics...
  • 'A Separation': Kenneth Turan's film pick of the week

     
    "A Separation": Don't wait too long to see "A Separation," an exceptional film from Iran. If you care enough about foreign language films to have heard about this particular gem, don't hold back until all your friends have told you how good it is and...
  • Universal Studios unveils 100th anniversary plans

     
    The studio plans a new logo, a new historical focus on the tram tour attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood and will restore 13 films and introduce a 100th anniversary collector’s series on DVD....