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  • A Latino remake of Soapdish–OK, THAT could work

     
    Paramount Pictures may be giving serious thought to remaking the snarky Sally Field/Kevin Kline/Robert Downey Jr./Elisabeth Shue comedy Soapdish, with a Latin cast. Really? As in goofing on telenovelas? In English or in Spanish? This intrigues me....
  • HBO wants more 'Ricky Gervais,' Kevin Kline; Alan Cumming sticks by 'The Good Wife'

     
    HBO has picked up its animated series "The Ricky Gervais Show" for a second season....
  • Celebrity Scoop: Michael Nouri

    If an actor goes back to weekday television, being the new man in Erica Kane's life is a good way to do it. Long a staple of prime-time shows -- including "Damages" and "NCIS" lately -- Michael Nouri is working mainly opposite daytime legend Susan...
  • Port of Call Spotlight: St. Martin

    Port of Call Spotlight: St. Martin
    Often referred to as the Caribbean island with a "split personality," St. Maarten/St. Martin--half Dutch, half French--offers cruise passengers the travel equivalent of a "two-for-one" special at their favorite store: two destinations, but just one stop....
  • Antaeus Company doubles up 'King Lear'

    Antaeus Company doubles up 'King Lear'
    If "King Lear" has a moral, it's that if you're lucky enough to have a kingdom, it's probably not a good idea to divide it in two. The Antaeus Company production that just opened in a 49-seat house in North Hollywood turns that wisdom upside down:...
  • 'No Strings Attached'

    'No Strings Attached'
    After the demands "Black Swan" placed on her, Natalie Portman was entitled to an easier job, and she found one in this friends-with-benefits comedy directed by Ivan Reitman ("Ghostbusters"). She and Ashton Kutcher play pals who step into the area of...
  • 'The Conspirator'

    'The Conspirator'
    Of all the movies Robert Redford has directed, this one got the least theatrical distribution, but it still reflects the Oscar-winning filmmaker's knack for interesting stories and smart casting. It's the tale of Mary Surratt (played by Robin Wright),...
  • The Rum Diary

    The Rum Diary
    I liked this movie, but it’s one of those rare films I like and can hardly recommend to my friends. You either have to be a fan of Hunter S. Thompson or madly in love with Johnny Depp, to really appreciate this. That being said, I was never that big...
  • Remembering Natalie and Cole

    Remembering Natalie and Cole
    Sad anniversary: Natalie Wood died Nov. 29, 1981, 30 years ago Tuesday. She was 43. Little Natalie was my favorite bad female actor of all time. After she died, I tried to replace her but just couldn't find anyone I loved as much. Lord knows, there are...
  • Upcoming Movies in 2012

    Upcoming Movies in 2012
    When I was asked to come up with movies I was looking forward to in 2012, I was first at a loss. As a critic, I find it a lot of fun to do lists of the best/worst of the previous years; but we try not to watch too many trailers. They give away key plot...
  • Long Wharf Cancels 'Sophie's Choice' Run In Spring

    Gordon Edelstein had a tough choice to make but the artistic director of New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre decided to pull the plug of the up-coming production of David W. Rintels' stage adapation of "Sophie's Choice,' which was slated to premiere in May....
  • In The Arts

    In The Arts
    Apply for arts grants through Festival Applications for 2012 art grants from the Festival of Arts Foundation are available, foundation officials announced in a Jan. 9 news release. Nonprofits with programs that foster the fine arts in and around the...