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  • Tim Guinee–an actor with character

     
    I first met Tim Guinee when he came to speak to young actors at his alma mater, the North Carolina School of the Arts (as it was then-called).  He wasn't there to give them the “Look at me, I made it and you can too” talk. He was all about...
  • Theater review: 'Grace & Glorie' at the Colony

     
    Director Cameron Watson has a rocky mountain row to hoe in “Grace & Glorie,” Tom Ziegler’s mushily sentimental two-hander at the Colony. The show provides a prime opportunity to see Beth Grant, a prolific stage, screen and television actor (“No......
  • Robert Duvall honors the ghost of Horton Foote

     
    The ghost of Horton Foote hangs over Robert Duvall’s latest film. The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and screenwriter wrote the screen adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Duvall’s big-screen big break. He also  was the a...
  • Monster Mash: Detroit Symphony braces for musicians' strike; Wikipedia criticized for revealing play's ending

     
    Labor standoff: Musicians of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra have authorized its union leaders to call a strike after management's two final contract proposals were rejected. (Detroit Free Press) Spoiler alert: Wikipedia is under criticism for revealing...
  • Amber Tamblyn, Orlando Bloom look for 'Main Street' spots

    Horton Foote's "Main Street" is getting a few new residents. Amber Tamblyn and Orlando Bloom are in talks to star as a mysterious stranger and a policeman in Reliant Pictures' adaptation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Andrew McCarthy, meanwhile,...
  • No time for cigars for director Denzel

    No time for cigars for director Denzel
    DENZEL WASHINGTON has the slightly dazed look of a man in the home stretch. "It's all good," he says, flashing that $20-million grin in a postproduction suite on the Sony lot. "I'm not tired. Well, I'm tired, but I'm happy." The two-time Oscar winner is...
  • Rebel in a bungalow town

    Playwright and screenwriter Horton Foote reappears in the kitchen of Ron Bernstein's Hollywood bungalow, where a few other friends of the film-rights agent collect around a table composed just so with voluptuous fruits, delicate French pastries and...