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  • Academy Awards: Fearless picks in a ho-hum year; why not a best-actress tie?

     
    Best actress: It's a two-way race between good friends Viola Davis of "The Help" and Meryl Streep of "The Iron Lady." Davis is given the edge for a fine performance in a sentimental movie. Streep is brilliant in a misguided movie. I'm pulling for Streep,...
  • TV tonight: GOP debate on PBS; Gloria learns Claire’s secret on ‘Modern Family’

     
    TCM is playing movies set in Washington today. Tonight you get Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" at 8; Frank Capra's "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" at 10; and "All the President's Men" at 12:15 a.m. The last one, a 1976 dramatization of Watergate,...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Comics genius Stan Lee

    Patt Morrison Asks: Comics genius Stan Lee
    My comic book tastes ran to Classics Illustrated. Seriously, what's scarier than the graphic images of "Crime and Punishment" and Raskolnikov -- the existential "superman," not the caped one -- whacking the pawnbroker with an ax? Can I, then, hold my...
  • Cycle with the stars in Steven Rea's 'Hollywood Rides a Bike'

     
    The cycling antics of some of the greatest stars of Hollywood's golden age are captured in Steven Rea's "Hollywood Rides a Bike."...
  • Kim Novak to sit for TCM chat; Peter O’Toole interview April 11

     
    Here's happy news for movie fans: Kim Novak will tape an interview with TCM. That's the great news. The not-so-great news: TCM won't show Novak's interview with Robert Osborne until next year. They will tape it Friday, April 13, at the TCM Classic Film...
  • Cannes 2012: Festival turns 65 with a lineup heavy on U.S. titles

     
    Opening Wednesday night with Wes Anderson's oddly endearing “Moonrise Kingdom,” the Cannes Film Festival is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year and marking that milestone by embracing all kinds of opposites: old and young, dramatic...
  • Cannes 2012: Actor Norman Lloyd remembers Hitchcock, Renoir

     
    At a recent event at the Cannes Film Festival, actor Norman Lloyd reflected on his life's work and his famous collaborators, including Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock and Jean Renoir....
  • Dodgers deal comes with Hollywood element (again)

     
    Peter Guber is bringing some Hollywood flash, and drama, to the Dodgers. A longtime player in film and television, Guber, who is part of the Magic Johnson-led group that is buying the team for a record $2 billion, is a......
  • ‘Downton Abbey’: Shirley MacLaine’s fans get a preview

     
    "As soon as Shirley MacLaine made her entrance in the show as my mom, everything became clear to me," McGovern told the audience. "Come back to 'Downton Abbey,' Shirley! I miss my mom." The third season will premiere in January on PBS....
  • Tippi Hedren and 'The Girl': 'Deviant' Alfred Hitchcock 'ruined my career but he didn't ruin my life'

     
    "The Birds" and "Marnie" star opens up about her tempestuous relationship with the legendary director, dramatized in the upcoming HBO film starring Sienna Miller and Toby Jones....
  • reFramed: In conversation with Alex Prager

     
    Born in 1979, Alex Prager is a self-taught photographer who lives and works in Los Angeles. Featured in the Museum o Modern Art’s “New Photography 2010,” Prager’s work has been exhibited at institutions worldwide....
  • Greatest movie ever made? Kim Novak reaches the top

     
      The culture will pause this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death.   But the 1950s other great blonde sex symbol is still with us, and she just triumphed. Kim Novak is the female lead in “Vertigo,” which has been...