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  • Monster Mash: MOCA's Jeffrey Deitch on new Vanity Fair power list; art spared in fire at Phillips Collection in Washington

     
    Museum fire: All artworks at the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., are said to be undamaged after smoke from a fire spread throughout the building Thursday. Joining the elite: Jeffrey Deitch, MOCA's new director, ranks No. 10 on Vanity Fair's......
  • Michael Caine to join “Journey to the Center of the Earth” sequel

     
    Heatvision is reporting that it won't just be Dwayne Johnson replacing Brendan Fraser on the “Journey to the Center of the Earth” sequel. Sir Michael Caine is on board, too. Josh Hutcherson returns from the first film, the kid being in the...
  • 'South Park' creators' musical comedy 'Book of Mormon' gets Broadway dates

     
    Fans of "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have a lot to look forward to in 2011. The 15th season of their hit Comedy Central series is scheduled to begin in the spring. And in a bit of......
  • Jimmy Fallon makes room for Broadway musicals on NBC's 'Late Night'

     
    It's one of the unspoken laws of the late-night talk-show circuit -- guest celebrities agree to put in an appearance on the comedy couch in exchange for air time to promote their latest movie, album, TV show, book or whatever.......
  • 'Godspell' producer looks to small investment fundraising for 2011 Broadway revival

     
    Resurrection is a central motif in the New Testament. So it seems appropriate that a Broadway revival of the musical "Godspell" that looked dead in the water two years ago is coming back to life -- this time with a......
  • 'Catch Me If You Can' musical gets Broadway opening date

     
    "Catch Me If You Can," the new stage musical based on the hit Steven Spielberg movie of the same name, has been rumored for Broadway ever since readings and workshops were held as early as 2005. Now the big-budget production......
  • Theater fans invent titles for 'sad musicals' on Twitter

     
    Theater fans who have some time to kill may want to check out a recent Twitter meme that is surely one of the funniest we've seen in a while. Using the tag #sadmusicals, tweeters are encouraged to alter the names......
  • Jerry Seinfeld returning to Broadway -- as a director

     
    Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is returning to Broadway this fall, but you won't be seeing him on stage. The funnyman will be working behind the scenes as a director for fellow comedian Colin Quinn's show "Long Story Short," which organizers said......
  • 'The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor' (Two-Disc Deluxe Edition)

    The third movie in the "Mummy" franchise is an odd bird. The budget's huge, but the story is pure Saturday-morning serial, often to the point of hokiness. That may play into the movie's favor on DVD; it's easy to appreciate the groan-inducing bits among a...
  • Brendan Fraser Joins First CBS Films Project

    Brendan Fraser will help CBS get back into the feature film business. The "Mummy" star has signed on to CBS Films' first project, a medical drama already boasting the involvement of Harrison Ford. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fraser will play...
  • Movie review: Inkheart -- 2 out of 5 stars

    The children's fantasy Inkheart arrives in theaters as an orphan of Warner Bros.' decision to fold up its New Line Cinema division, an orphan dumped in the movie wasteland of January. Does this film of Cornelia Funke's novel deserve dismissal? Not...
  • 'Inkheart'

    The children's fantasy "Inkheart" arrives in theaters as an orphan of Warner Bros.' decision to fold up its New Line Cinema division, an orphan dumped in the movie wasteland of January. Does this film of Cornelia Funke's novel deserve dismissal? Not...