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  • July movie highlights include 'Tammy,' 'Hercules'

     July movie highlights include 'Tammy,' 'Hercules'
    Old favorites return to the multiplex in July. Oscar-winners Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon are back. So, too, are Hercules and the furry stars from the "Planet of the Apes" franchise. Tammy Release date: July 2...
  • 'First Wives Club' is Chicago's next Broadway tryout

    'First Wives Club' is Chicago's next Broadway tryout
    A new musical version of "The First Wives Club," with a new book penned by the writer-producer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, making her theatrical debut, is to be Chicago's next pre-Broadway tryout, opening in the Loop next spring and aiming for Broadway...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 6 - 12, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Monumental Mysteries In a new episode,...
  • Film Review: 'And So It Goes'

    Somewhere, Billy Joel is cringing. While the title of Rob Reiner's "And So It Goes" seems intended as take-it-on-the-chin affirmation of life's inevitable detours and potholes, the movie itself feels like a surrender -- to the kind of geriatric...
  • 'Manhattan,' 'Annie Hall' double bill honors Gordon Willis

     'Manhattan,' 'Annie Hall' double bill honors Gordon Willis
    A new Woody Allen film hits the screen just about once a year. But if like the super-intelligent aliens in 1980's "Stardust Memories" you prefer the early, funny ones, the American Cinematheque at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica features a double bill...
  • Hollywood sequels: Everything old is new again

    "HAS there ever been a summer of 23 sequels before?" asks The Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy. (We here, writing for the older masses, are ever-grateful to the lush-looking Reporter for keeping us so ably up to date.) Reporter McCarthy goes on: "The...
  • Art Museum's guards aren't just security experts -- they're also artists

    Art Museum's guards aren't just security experts -- they're also artists
    They call themselves "the paid stalkers." The duty of the Laguna Art Museum security guards is to make sure that precious works of art remain untouched by visitors' hands and even more damaging things like chewing gum. They spend eight hours a day...
  • Arts District's changing landscape is worrisome to longtime residents

    Arts District's changing landscape is worrisome to longtime residents
    Every morning Melissa Richardson Banks walks the Arts District hunting for new scenes. One Saturday it's the word "Life" stenciled on a sidewalk in black spray paint. A few weeks later it's a yellow construction crane blocking the skyline. She has...
  • Jack Bauer returns, Barbara Walters exits

    Jack Bauer returns, Barbara Walters exits
    May is the busiest month for television, and the action starts early this year. The May sweeps begin Thursday and run through May 21, the official end of the season. What to expect? The broadcast networks unveil their fall lineups the week of May 12...
  • An appreciation: Cinematographer Gordon Willis

    When I think of cinematographer Gordon Willis, I think of “Manhattan," one of his signature efforts. Working with director Woody Allen, as he would do so many times, they drenched the city in such exquisite light and shadows that you can stop the...
  • Hollywood's box office queen is Britain's great dame!

    "I LOVE how I look!" That's Willem Dafoe answering Vanity Fair's Proust Questionnaire query: "What do you dislike most about your appearance?" THERE IS nothing like a dame, and there is nothing like Angelina Jolie, who has now been named an Honorary...
  • Headwear Maker Mark Mejia Keeps Hollywood Denizens Under His Hat(s)

    The Mad Hatter might be the most famous maker of headwear, but Tinseltown tips its cap to flesh-and-blood designer Mark Mejia, owner of Baron Hats in Burbank. Mejia, who has designed chapeaus for Hollywood A-listers since 1995, has seen his work appear in...