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  • Cannes Film Review: 'Pride'

    The true tale of how two very different communities came together in London and Wales during the lengthy U.K. miners' strike of 1984-5 makes for an irresistible crowdpleaser in "Pride," the sophomore feature from garlanded British theater director Matthew...
  • ‘Hemlock Grove’ first look: Famke Janssen, Bill Skarsgard in Season 2

     
    Famke Janssen is in matriarch mode as Olivia Godfrey in a new image for Season 2 of Netflix's supernatural horror […]...
  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'New Girl' and more

    Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'New Girl' and more
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 4 - 10, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES 30 for 30 A new "Soccer Stories" recalls the...
  • Kevin Spacey explains a stage of his life in new film 'Now'

     Kevin Spacey explains a stage of his life in new film 'Now'
    More than a decade ago, Kevin Spacey made what many in Hollywood considered a curious decision. In the midst of a thriving film career, on the heels of winning his second Oscar, Spacey moved to London to run an old theater. It was a worthy endeavor...
  • A cautious, eloquent 'Henry V' reigns on Navy Pier

    A cautious, eloquent 'Henry V' reigns on Navy Pier
    At an event in Chicago last week, actor Kevin Spacey remarked that some fans of "House of Cards" seem to think his character's affinity for direct address exploits a device originated by "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," even though William Shakespeare's...
  • 'Now: In the Wings on a World Stage' shows romance of theater

    As much as theater and film have in common, and that's a lot, their core differences can be formidable. A film is the same every time you see it, while "the thrill of theater," says Sam Mendes, who has worked in both arenas, "is the fact that it's alive,...
  • E3: Games Get More Cinematic as Movie Versions Head to Bigscreen

    In sequels to tentpole videogame franchises like "Assassin's Creed," "Uncharted," "Far Cry" and "Tomb Raider," publishers have taken a more movie-like approach in trying to make the titles appeal to gamers. As next-generation videogame consoles like...
  • Jodie Foster, 'Orange Is the New Black' Stars Talk Binge-Viewing, Working with Femmes

    "We want it when we want it" -- that's how "House of Cards" co-star Robin Wright described the audience's response to Netflix's innovation in the way it launches series programming. Wright, Jodie Foster and "Orange is the New Black" thesps Taylor...
  • Kevin Spacey the forceful, vital center of 'Clarence Darrow'

    Kevin Spacey the forceful, vital center of 'Clarence Darrow'
    He comes into view feet-first: a pair of battered brogues emerging with a series of loud thumps from beneath a cluttered desk, battering open a drawer jammed by overflowing paperwork. In the two hours that follow, Kevin Spacey's Clarence Darrow —...
  • 'Orange is the New Black' Trending Stronger Than 'House of Cards'

    When the success of Netflix in original programming is cited, two of its series come to mind: "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black." But in the absence of any stats measuring how many viewers are watching these shows, there's some other...
  • Chelsea early? Comedian Chelsea Handler wants talk show morning, noon and night

    Chelsea early? Comedian Chelsea Handler wants talk show morning, noon and night
    Chelsea Handler wants, in essence, to become the "House of Cards" of late-night television. "There is no real appointment viewing anymore," the comedian said in an interview with the Tribune this week. (She will be taping a TV special during a pair of...
  • Inked-in bets and a few penciled-in ones in Emmy's drama acting races

    Inked-in bets and a few penciled-in ones in Emmy's drama acting races
    "True Detective" and "Breaking Bad" produced only eight episodes apiece but, for their ensembles, it's the quality not the quantity that counts. The shows should dominate the Emmys' drama series acting nominations. Here's an early look at the front-...