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  • Suspected Drunk Driver Collides with Police Cruiser

    Suspected Drunk Driver Collides with Police Cruiser
    POMONA -- A suspected drunk driver was behind bars Sunday, after running a red light and slamming into a Pomona police car in front of the police station, injuring an officer. The driver, Richard Cardoza, 24, of Pomona, was driving north on Park Avenue...
  • ' The Tale of Despereaux' stars the voices of Matthew Broderick, Robbie Coltrane, Emma Watson

    The chipper cynicism of the "Shrek" movies ($2.2 billion in grosses worldwide) is a popular commodity indeed because so many cultures share the same fairy tale tropes and enjoy seeing them shot at with a peashooter. The success of those films makes it...
  • Holmes, Reilly, Kline, Dano Join 'The Extra Man'

    "The Extra Man" is getting some extra help. Katie Holmes, John C. Reilly, Kevin Kline and Paul Dano have signed on to star in the adaptation of Jonathan Ames' novel "The Extra Man," according to Variety. Ames' book follows the adventures of a naive...
  • 'The Pink Panther 2' stars Steve Martin, Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer

    Ten things I can tell you after seeing "The Pink Panther 2": 1. Nothing is harder and more elusive than successful slapstick onscreen. Nothing. 2. There's a reason "The Pink Panther" and "A Shot in the Dark" hold up. Those were the first two films...
  • 'The Pink Panther 2'

    Ten things I can tell you after seeing "The Pink Panther 2": 1. Nothing is harder and more elusive than successful slapstick on screen. Nothing. 2. There's a reason "The Pink Panther" and "A Shot in the Dark" hold up. Those were the first two films...
  • More on Julie Conn

    About Julie Conn SOPHIE'S CHOICE Conn is mentioned in "Sophie's Choice," Newport News native William Styron's 1979 novel later made into a popular movie starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline. Stingo, the story's narrator, refers to Conn, a Jew, while...
  • Top 10 classic literature

    Top 10 classic literature
    Cool, fall weather is settling in, and some of us are finding it difficult to get outdoors. If television turns you off, find something thought-provoking, like a good book, and get comfortable in front of the fire. The Daily Top 10's crack panel of...
  • 'Xanadu,' 'Young Frankenstein' nab NY stage awards

    'Xanadu,' 'Young Frankenstein' nab NY stage awards
    Pulitzer Prize-winning play "August: Osage County" and musicals "Young Frankenstein" and "Xanadu" nabbed the top Outer Critics Circle awards on Monday ahead of U.S. theater's top honors, the Tonys. Anna D. Shapiro, who directed "August: Osage County,"...
  • 'Into the Wild' dominates SAG awards

    'Into the Wild' dominates SAG awards
    "Into the Wild," Sean Penn's harrowing drama about Christopher McCandless, a young man who traveled the country after graduating from college only to perish in Alaska, dominated the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Award nominations announced this morning....
  • SAG Awards Go 'Wild'

    SAG Awards Go 'Wild'
    Although the Golden Globes largely ignored "Into the Wild," Hollywood's actors definitely took notice. The Sean Penn-directed drama is the leading nominee for the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, capturing nods for star Emile Hirsch, supporting...
  • 'No Country' tops SAGs

    'No Country' tops SAGs
    "No Country for Old Men" won top honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, taking home a statuette for best ensemble in a motion picture. Earlier in the evening, Javier Bardem won best supporting actor for his role in the gritty western...
  • Movie Review: 'Definitely, Maybe'

    Despair and heartache, disillusionment and crippling loneliness: These are not the emotions one usually associates with ideal Valentine's Day fare. But as the wonderful new drama "Definitely, Maybe" reminds us, there can be a great deal of anguish on...