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  • TV This Week for Oct. 27- Nov. 2: 'The Phantom of the Opera'

    TV This Week for Oct. 27- Nov. 2: 'The Phantom of the Opera'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 27 - Nov. 2, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   -------------------- SUNDAY "Secrets of the Tower of London"...
  • Lisa Kudrow, James Burrows to Chat at USC Comedy Festival

    Veteran TV helmer James Burrows will be feted by USC at the school's second annual Comedy@SCA festival set for Nov. 9-10. Burrows will receive the School of Cinematic Arts' Jackie Oakie and Victoria Horn Oakie Masters Award for Comedy in recognition of...
  • USC celebrates the funny with Conan O'Brien, James Burrows and others

    USC celebrates the funny with Conan O'Brien, James Burrows and others
    Conan O'Brien, Betty White and Lisa Kudrow will be featured at USC's School of Cinematic Arts' Comedy@SCA Festival this Saturday and Sunday at USC. The second annual festival is part of the film school's Comedy@SCA initiative, an interdisciplinary...
  • Sandra Bullock as Miss Hannigan? Star could join 'Annie' remake

    Sandra Bullock as Miss Hannigan? Star could join 'Annie' remake
    Sandra Bullock could soon sign on for the hard-knock life: The Oscar-winner is reportedly in talks to play the boozed-up Miss Hannigan in Sony Pictures' planned reboot of "Annie." Bullock would star alongside "Beasts of the Southern Wild's" Quvenzhane...
  • Man About Town: At Christmastime, some snow jobs

    Man About Town: At Christmastime, some snow jobs
    I come from a family that puts eggnog in our coffee and whiskey in our rum. So when I set out to attempt a few holiday jobs, I felt this ancestral ebullience over Christmas gave me a bit of an edge. I could lug a tree or deliver UPS packages with the...
  • Man About Town: In the Valley with one tight-knit group

    Man About Town: In the Valley with one tight-knit group
    Don't think of it as rush hour. Think of all those burning brake lights on the 101 as your own little red-light district, as beacons to fun and conviviality. Follow them to Ventura Boulevard, off Coldwater, then left, to a nondescript storefront,...
  • VOD Spotlight: Bringing “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” to life

     
    It’s always a touchy business, taking a revered children’s book and bringing it to the screen in full 3-D. When it’s a story as stylized and personal to its author as The Lorax is, just suggesting the attempt can border on hubris. But in...
  • Emmys 2012: Betty White is the reality host favorite, even though she shouldn't be

     
    Betty White is the favorite in the reality host category because she's Betty White. But in reality, the other four nominees deserve the award more than she does....
  • “Pound Puppies” star Alanna Ubach talks about The Hub’s “Dog Days of Summer”

     
    [There is a video that cannot be displayed in this feed. Visit the blog entry to see the video.] The Hub is proudly turning its programming over to the dogs this week. Its “Dog Days of Summer” stunt features a week of canine-themed movies...
  • Emmys: ‘Modern Family’ likely to repeat, but ‘Mad Men’?

     
    This year's edition of the prime-time Emmys may not pack a lot of suspense. The heavy favorites include “Modern Family” for sitcom, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” for variety show, “The Amazing Race” for reality...
  • “Ladies and Gentlemen … Marie Osmond” intros Hallmark’s new host

     
    Marie Osmond is on the cusp of a new adventure. Finally hosting her own series, Marie, on Hallmark Channel as of Oct. 1, she’s ready to take on the latest challenge going into her fifth decade in show business. But before she does, she hits Hallmark...
  • Robert Englund dives into “Lake Placid The Final Chapter”

     
    When I was a kid, my grandpa used to tease me by talking about “crocogators,” some sort of fictional creatures he made up, an obvious amalgam of a crocodile and an alligator. Seeing how lucrative the crocodilian species has become for Syfy and...