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Mary-Louise Parker

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  • Annapolis Film Festival building on local and family bonds

    Annapolis Film Festival building on local and family bonds
    For documentary filmmakers and Annapolis residents Patti White and Lee Anderson, establishing a film festival in their hometown wasn't a labor of love. It was a no-brainer. White and Anderson, business partners since 1990 when they founded an Annapolis-...
  • Rookie actor Spencer Lofranco, star of the filmed-in-Md. 'Jamesy Boy,' is making an impact

    Rookie actor Spencer Lofranco, star of the filmed-in-Md. 'Jamesy Boy,' is making an impact
    Chances are you've never heard of Spencer Lofranco. But chances are that's going to change this year. At 21, the Toronto native is about to have what promises to be a pretty impressive rookie season. In addition to his first film, Trevor White's "Jamesy...
  • Movie review: 'Jamesy Boy'

    Movie review: 'Jamesy Boy'
    There's plenty of inspiration to be found in "Jamesy Boy," the based-on-a-true-story tale of a jailed street tough who, after much trial and error, finds redemption and a productive life inside the margins of society. But that's an old warhorse of a...
  • The Senator hopes to head into the black starting with 'Red'

    The Senator hopes to head into the black starting with 'Red'
    "Coming Soon," reads the marquee at the Senator Theatre. Change that to "Coming Sooner Than You Think." Buzz and Kathleen Cusack, the new managers of the landmark North Baltimore movie house, have scheduled an Oct. 15 reopening for the cinema. They will...
  • 'Jamesy Boy' to shoot in Baltimore

    'Jamesy Boy' to shoot in Baltimore
    "Jamesy Boy," an independent film directed and co-written by Maryland native Trevor White and starring Mary-Louise Parker, Ving Rhames and James Woods, will begin filming in Baltimore March 5, the Maryland Film Office announced today. The film, which...
  • With 'Jamesy Boy,' Annapolis brothers ready to take on Hollywood

    With 'Jamesy Boy,' Annapolis brothers ready to take on Hollywood
    Growing up in Annapolis, Tim and Trevor White were hardly inseparable. Each brother had his own set of friends and pursued his own interests: Trevor discovered a passion for film early on, while Tim seemed more adrift. But recently, a shared commitment...
  • Film Review: 'Behaving Badly'

    Managing to elicit genuine belly laughs while playing a blind teenage cancer patient in this summer's "The Fault in Our Stars," 19-year-old Nat Wolff has displayed a precocious knack for wringing humor out of the most unfortunate circumstances. And yet,...
  • Nat Wolff Gets Silly With Cougars, Middle School at 'Behaving Badly' Premiere

    Selena Gomez, Nat Wolff and Elisabeth Shue were all in attendance for the premiere of "Behaving Badly" Tuesday night at the Arclight in Los Angeles. Wolff and fellow co-star Nate Hartley took their movie title name literally, when they decided to cover...
  • Krysten Ritter to Guest Star in 'The Blacklist' Season Premiere

    Shortly after it was announced at Comic-Con that "Weeds" alum Mary-Louise Parker will join "The Blacklist" season two in a recurring role, it's been revealed that "Breaking Bad" actress Krysten Ritter is also adding her name to the list. Ritter will...
  • 'Behaving Badly' certainly does

    'Behaving Badly' certainly does
    "Behaving Badly" is a dreadful sex comedy that gets worse and worse as its dopey story snowballs into relative incoherence. The film's starry supporting cast is proof positive that actors — even onetime Oscar nominees — just want to act....
  • Leading man leads 'Behaving Badly' down a dull path

    Building a raunchy teen sex comedy around the low-heat Nat Wolff of "Stuck in Love" wasn't the smartest idea. Whatever his gifts at playing "sensitive," he doesn't bring the energy to do a quick and dirty teen-on-the-make farce. All by himself, he drags...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black' Emmy nods a win for women

    'Orange Is the New Black' Emmy nods a win for women
    In this year's Emmy race, "Orange Is the New Black" embodies the most important change in television in recent years. No, not Netflix. Women. "Orange," with multiple-nominee "House of Cards," does give Netflix an Atlas-like stance over the...