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  • Untouchables–Which movies should NEVER be remade?

     
    Last night was that rare evening when I didn't have a screening, didn't have anything I needed to watch ASAP to get a review written or a DVD at the top of my “I've been dying to see this direct-to-video-or-limited-release” stack. So I...
  • Talking With John Huston, 1980

     
    May 1, 1980: John Huston talks to Roderick Mann about filming “Victory” and about his upcoming autobiography, “An Open Book.”...
  • Dennis Hopper book on the way

     
    Actor, director, artist and art collector Dennis Hopper is to be the subject of an upcoming biography. Tom Folsom will write "Hopper: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream" with, Publishers Marketplace reports, "the actor's knowledge."...
  • 'Annie' returning to Broadway on heels of Great Recession

     
    Little Orphan Annie grew up in the depths of the Great Depression, scrounging for a living and defending herself against the evil Miss Hannigan until being rescued by the wealthy Daddy Warbucks. As the U.S. economy continues to work its......
  • Paul Newman: A Legend Dies At 83

    Paul Newman was a stage actor who became a movie star. A sex symbol who celebrated 50 years of marriage with his second wife. A grieving father who turned to philanthropy after the death of his only son. A citizen activist who campaigned for liberal...
  • The Truman show

    The Truman show
    "Dearest Cecil," wrote Truman Capote from Brooklyn on April 19, 1965, addressing his friend, the English photographer and bon vivant Cecil Beaton. The letter is among those collected in "Too Brief a Treat: The Letters of Truman Capote" (Vintage: 512 pp.,...
  • Watch Out Below: Falling Airfares

    After years of rising airfares, ticket prices are coming down. How low? Enough to turn nervous investors into anxious travelers. Cherie Jones just returned from Acapulco, Mexico, she says it was a killer deal. "I thought it was very reasonable, yea. I...
  • Soderbergh takes a revolutionary approach to 'Che'

    Soderbergh takes a revolutionary approach to 'Che'
    Charging across the globe like an insurrectionist guerrilla cadre, Steven Soderbergh's sprawling, Spanish-language epic "Che" has been playing at international film festivals and leaving controversy in its wake. The film depicts Argentine doctor turned...
  • Puerto Vallarta's not just for tourists, it's for artists too

    PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico -- Strollers passing along the river that flows through downtown here were startled last week to encounter a pair of "Towel Swans" gliding atop the murky water. Crafted out of plastic foam by Chilean artist Cristin Silva, they...
  • Actors, actresses and entertainers

    Actors, actresses and entertainers Maila Nurmi, 85; actress created the character Vampira as hostess of late-night TV horror show (Jan. 10) Jack Eagle, 81; a comedian and actor who played Brother Dominic in a Xerox ad during the 1977 Super Bowl (Jan....
  • 'There Will Be Blood'

    'There Will Be Blood'
    "THERE Will Be Blood," the joint venture between actor Daniel Day-Lewis and director Paul Thomas Anderson, might be the most incendiary combination since the Molotov cocktail. Though it can be over the top and excessive, this morality play set in the...
  • Governors Awards presenters to include trio of Oscar winners

     
    Oscar champs Jonathan Demme ("The Silence of the Lambs"), Anjelica Huston ("Prizzi's Honor") and Quentin Tarantino ("Pulp Fiction") as well as honorary Oscar winner Kirk Douglas are the first presenters announced for the inaugural Governors Awards on Nov....