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VarietyRemstar Films has acquired Canadian rights for Joshua Micheal Stern's "Jobs," the biopic starring Ashton Kutcher. "Jobs" will premiere as the closing night film at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Producers have not yet made a deal for U.S....
Omarr's Astrological ForecastBIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Elden Henson was born in Rockville, Md., on this day in 1977. This birthday guy is probably best known for playing Fulton Reed in the films of "The Mighty Ducks" trilogy. His other film work includes "El Dorado," "Deja Vu" and "The...
TIMES FILM CRITICOverheated passions. Malicious gossip. Jealousy, betrayal and constant romantic crises. Shakespeare's "Othello" fits so snugly into the social context of a modern American high school that a film that restages the Moor's tragedy among 18-year-olds and...
Tags: Sex, Andrew Keegan, High Schools, Movies, Julia Stiles
Tribune staff reporter2 stars (out of 4) In a recent episode of HBO's "Project Greenlight," the reality show conceived by Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Chris Moore that tracks the progress of three contest winners as they make a movie for Miramax, Affleck jokes that his mission...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 30, 1999 It may not be fair to castigate Rodman Flender's low-rent comic pastiche for using a gimmick that goes all the way back to 1946's "The Beast With Five Fingers," even though this movie doesn't do much more with it than attach...
Times Staff WriterThe tail has been gleefully wagging on HBO for 12 weeks going on 13 and now the dog, in more senses than one, has finally arrived. "The Battle of Shaker Heights," the new Project Greenlight movie, opens in theaters today. To anyone thinking of seeing it...
Tags: Kathleen Quinlan, Ben Affleck, Chris Moore, Movies, Matt Damon
Times Staff WriterFamous for a few goofy movies and the MTV gotcha show "Punk'd," the packaged celebrity known as Ashton Kutcher affords continued evidence that it doesn't take much to become the next Keanu or at least the new Leif Garrett beyond great hair, a pretty smile...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer3 stars (out of 4) Movies tend to do for mental illness what Frosted Flakes did for tigers--make something fierce and unpredictable appear tame and easily comprehended. The patients portrayed in "Girl, Interrupted," "K-Pax" and even "One Flew Over the...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2 1/2 stars (out of 4) Most movies with cosmic overtones can be divided into the Destiny and Random camps. The Destiny theory goes like this: Timmy and Sally can travel to opposite ends of the earth, lose each other's phone numbers and be stricken with...
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