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  • On Location: New book presents a photographic history of filming in Los Angeles

     
    For nearly four decades Hollywood historian Marc Wanamaker has indulged his passion: collecting photographs from location film shoots in Los Angeles dating back to the early 1900s. Now, he hopes his new book featuring more than 200 vintage images,...
  • Top concerts 2010

     
    As 2010 winds down, we’ve still got a bunch of potentially terrific shows to look forward to, including Ludacris at the Allstate Arena (Sunday), Elvis Costello at the Chicago Theatre (Monday) and the Hold Steady at Lincoln Hall (Dec. 30),......
  • On-location filming jumps 15% in 2010, but L.A. still not out of the woods

     
    Los Angeles recorded significant gains in on-location filming activity in 2010, powered by economic recovery, a revival in television comedies and state tax credits that helped to lure new business. But even with the increased activity, feature production...
  • Iowa film tax credit program racked by scandal

     
    Call it Iowa’s field of nightmares. The state famously depicted in Kevin Costner’ s 1989 baseball classic “Field of Dreams” has become mired in an ever-widening scandal over alleged abuses of its film tax credit program. Last week,...
  • 'Big Love' recap: The beginning of the end

     
    The end is near, “Big Love” fans. After a frenzied Season 4 that seemed crammed tighter than a size 8 in size 2 skinny jeans, it now seems that the show has taken some lung-clearing deep breaths out in the......
  • On Location: Film survey ranks Griffith Park, downtown warehouse and former hospital among busiest sites in 2010

     
    When producers of the ABC game show “Downfall” needed a building from which to hurl dishwashers, gumball machines and other “prizes,” they settled on a warehouse on the east side of downtown Los Angeles. The six-story building on Te...
  • On Location: Porn film studio among top 10 busiest sites in L.A. for production

     
    The porn industry, like the rest of Hollywood, has been buffeted by the economic downturn, the falloff in DVD sales and a cornucopia of free content on the Internet. Still, for better or worse, the adult entertainment business remains alive......
  • On Location: Long Beach stands in for the other sunshine state in 'CSI: Miami'

     
    Crime-scene investigator Ryan Wolfe peers around the corner of a building, spying on an ex-con and some neighborhood toughs. When the group disappears down the alley, Wolfe chases after his target, who clambers over a metal gate and into an......
  • Album review: Radiohead, 'The King of Limbs'

     
    2.5 stars (out of 4) On a brief but revelatory 2010 tour with his other band, Atoms for Peace, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke got real, real gone. The singer with the self-serious reputation busted out dance moves that brought the somber,......
  • 2011 Gotham Awards: Charlize Theron feels the actress love

     
    At the 2011 Gotham Awards, Charlize Theron talked about supporting other actresses. Elizabeth Olsen compared her and her famous twin sisters' physical traits, and Charlize Theron said women in Hollywood are united....
  • 'American Idol' recap: The top 13 try their luck

     
    In a way, Wednesday night's "American Idol," in which the top 13 stepped onstage and sang trimmed-down versions of songs by their own musical idols, marked a new beginning, the hitting of a reset button for the competition. "Welcome to......
  • On location: French culture minister courts Hollywood studios

     
    French Culture Minister Frédéric Mitterrand is asking Hollywood for its budget-weary producers, pressured directors and harried filmmakers yearning for a tax break. France has had a long and rich history of filmmaking, from the pioneering motion pict...