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Kurt Russell

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  • Theater review: 'Ghetto Klown' at the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre

     
    Charles McNulty reviews "Ghetto Klown," John Leguizamo's solo show that was on Broadway last season....
  • 'The Thing': Mary Elizabeth Winstead on 'stalking' Kurt Russell

     
    Mary Elizabeth Winstead talks to the Los Angeles Times on the red carpet at the premiere of "The Thing." Eric Christian Olsen also attended the premiere of "The Thing."...
  • ‘Django’ has his Broomhilda — Kerry Washington joins Tarantino’s film

     
    Kerry Washington was named repeatedly as the rumored female lead in Quentin Tarantino's Civil War era Southern-Western, “Django Unchained.” Somebody would have to be the object of Django's quest, the wife he escapes slavery and seeks vengeance...
  • Model Humiliates Married Actor's Flirting Attempts Over Twitter

    Model Humiliates Married Actor's Flirting Attempts Over Twitter
    Everything from cooking to bathroom trips are recorded on Twitter, now public humiliation can be added to the list. A 22-year-old model used Twitter to openly turn down a married soap actor’s attempts to talk her up on a plane. Melissa Stetten, a...
  • Get The Ink Out: Doggone it, now I'm really mad

    Lately we've been having problems with the comments on http://www.dailypilot.com. It seems some readers started leaving their manners at home when we went with the Wild West method of not screening comments. That's OK. There's a new sheriff in town &#...
  • The Vow

    The Vow
    A couple of newlyweds are making out in their car when it’s hit by a truck. She’s sent through the windshield, ends up in a coma, but has that thing happen to her that makes all romantic comedies so wonderful – she has amnesia. Now,...
  • 'Act of Valor' review: War is an action movie?

    'Act of Valor' review: War is an action movie?
    * (out of four) “Act of Valor” began as a small recruiting film. Five years and a script from one of the writers of “300” later, that's still all it is. I definitely don’t understand how the Navy thought the best way to...
  • World View: An emotional return to the twin towers

    All I could hear was the sound of perpetually falling water. I stood recently in the shadow of the Freedom Tower under construction, and faced one of the two parapets with names of the dead etched in bronze. Not even the rattle of jackhammers in the...
  • After 20 years, Riverside Cafe closes down

    After 20 years, Riverside Cafe closes down
    After almost 20 years in Burbank, the Riverside Café will serve its final meal on Sunday as it closes because of a dwindling number of customers, and because the owner says he can no longer afford to invest in the failing business. Matt Peek took over...
  • Can 'The Thing' remake help stop Universal's losing streak?

     
    Will there ever be light at the end of the tunnel? That's what everyone has to be asking at Universal Pictures, where the studio has been struggling for a year to dig itself out from the accumulated rubble of an......
  • Is there any movie Warner Bros. won't make in 3-D?

     
    The way I see it, there's a new movie star in Hollywood. He doesn't have an entourage. He doesn't demand a big percentage of the grosses. And he doesn't go on Oprah to promote his movie and jump on the......
  • Waco: The Movie? Stone, Russell and Brody are on board

     
    Filmmakers have never been lined up to make a movie about Waco and the siege at the Branch Davidian cult compound — it's more documentary or TV movie material — a charismatic nut, followers who are the very definition of “sheep,”...