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  • Kristen Stewart and Jane Fonda join Oscar presenters list

     
    Academy Award winner Jane Fonda and "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart are among the Oscar presenters announced today. "Dallas Buyer's Club's" Jennifer Garner and "Django Unchained's" Kerry Washington will also take the stage Sunday night to present the...
  • “The Newsroom” recap: The Blackout, Part One: Tragedy Porn

     
    By Matthew Grimm In case you haven’t been following Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom, here’s some backstory: America put itself in the hands of corporate charlatans who lied a lot about everything to justify sociopathic behavior, and enough...
  • Casey Anthony: ‘The Newsroom’ tackles ‘psychotic cocktail waitress’

     
    The staff of “The Newsroom,” HBO's drama about a cable news program, didn't want to touch the Casey Anthony story in Sunday's episode. Anthony was described as “this psychotic cocktail waitress.” But┬átop news executive Charlie (Sam...
  • “The Newsroom” episode 10 recap: The Greater Fool

     
    By Matthew Grimm What have we learned from Season 1 of Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom? What we were supposed to learn was that some things matter and some things don’t. We know from the Real Life The Newsroom mirrors that America has been ushered...
  • HBO’s ‘Newsroom’ bashes Tea Party as ‘American Taliban’

     
    Aaron Sorkin used the season finale of “The Newsroom” to lash the Tea Party. In its first season, the HBO drama has been an odd mixture of romantic comedy and op-ed piece. The op-ed portion reigned in Sunday's episode as anchor Will McAvoy...
  • On Sunday: ‘True Blood’ season finale; Nancy Grace, Kim Kardashian on ‘Drop Dead Diva’

     
    A few highlights in Sunday programming: 1. “True Blood” and “The Newsroom” conclude their seasons on HBO. On “True Blood” at 9 p.m., Eric struggles to save Bill from fanaticism. On “The Newsroom” at 10,...
  • 'No' review: An Oscar-nominated win for more than just political junkies

    'No' review: An Oscar-nominated win for more than just political junkies
    *** (out of four) “I know nothing about Chilean politics. I assume it has nothing to do with me. What, Gael Garcia Bernal is in it? Tell me more.” —Your possible initial impression of the drama “No.” “No,” which...
  • 'No' is riveting historical fiction ★★★★

    'No' is riveting historical fiction ★★★★
    "No" is a terrific film, and word got out very quickly at last year's Cannes Film Festival, where the Chilean docudrama deservedly made a lot of noise even though it played outside the main competition categories. No less than "Argo," "Lincoln" and...
  • Oscars 2013: Bring on the red carpet divas

    Several of the stars on the red carpet are turning on the sparkle with diva dresses. They are the naughty to the evening’s cream puff gowns’ nice. Naomi Watts is wearing an otherworldly gunmetal sequin Armani gown with galactic-looking cap...
  • Popularity of home elevators gets a lift

    Popularity of home elevators gets a lift
    Actress Jane Fonda bought a home in Beverly Hills last year with a feature that might seem counterintuitive for a fitness guru: an elevator. The Holmby Hills house that pop icon Michael Jackson leased has one within its 17,200 square feet of living...
  • Hockey pro Russ Courtnall passes off to pop star Britney Spears

    Hockey pro Russ Courtnall passes off to pop star Britney Spears
    Pop star and singing competition judge Britney Spears has bought the Thousand Oaks home of former professional hockey player Russ Courtnall and his wife, actress Paris Vaughan. The property came on the market in August at $8.5 million and was withdrawn...
  • A reflection on literary retirements

    A reflection on literary retirements
    In light of Philip Roth's recent announcement of his "retirement" from writing, a scene from the 1977 movie "Julia" comes to mind. It's a delicious cinematic moment, involving as it does the deft puncturing of pomposity — always satisfying to...