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  • It's like the Oscars, but not: Nominees for the Fido Film Awards are announced

     
    Four-legged screen stars are vying for the Fido Film Awards, billed as the canine equivalent of the Oscars. Nominees announced in London today include the animated dog stars of "Bolt" and "Up," the titular mutt in "Marley and Me" and......
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Jude Law loses 'Hamlet' duel | '24' brings back evil ex-prez | Roger Friedman: Grammys field fallow

     
    • The long lists for the Evening Standard theater kudos saluting the best of London's West End have been released. Jude Law was snubbed for his "Hamlet" at the Donmar Warehouse, but "Doctor Who" star David Tennant earned a nod for playing the desolate...
  • Oscars snub Miley Cyrus again, plus Adam Lambert

     
    On the Oscars' red carpet in 2008, Miley Cyrus shared a secret dream with Ryan Seacrest while they chatted on E!: "One day I'll be here with my own movie!" Ridiculous, you say? Bite your tongue. Last year, Miley actually came close to nabbing an Oscar...
  • Movie projector: 'Princess and the Frog' and 'Invictus' will need strong word of mouth

     
    Walt Disney Studios' first hand-drawn animated feature in six years probably won't rival the debuts of any recent Pixar or DreamWorks computer-generated hits, though it is sure to top the box office this weekend. Although ticket sales for family movies......
  • Audiences love 'Princess and the Frog,' 'Invictus,' but will they keep going?

     
    Walt Disney Studios and Warner Bros. have established that moviegoers dig their new movies "The Princess and the Frog" and "Invictus." But as a holiday season crowded with highly anticipated movies approaches, the question is whether they can both keep......
  • First look: 'Princess and the Frog,' 'Invictus' off to so-so starts

     
    This frog's going to need legs. Disney's "The Princess and the Frog" opened to $25 million, a relatively soft start that's in line with the last two releases by its Burbank-based animation studio, "Bolt" and "Meet the Robinsons," which were......
  • Mel Gibson in 'Edge of Darkness': Can we call it a comeback? (updated)

     
    The good news for Mel Gibson: 70% of moviegoers who attended "Edge of Darkness" this weekend said he was their No. 1 reason for attending. The not-so-good news: His audience was aging, with relatively few young people still interested. The......
  • 'Up' takes top Annie Awards on road to Oscars

     
    "Up" won both best picture and director at the 37th annual Annie Awards on Saturday night. The nine-time nominee beat out all four of its competitors for best animated feature at the Oscars -- "Coraline," "Fantastic Mr. Fox," "The Princess and the Frog"...
  • 'How to Train Your Dragon' was fire-tested during whirlwind production

     
    The March 26 release of "How to Train Your Dragon" is getting strong early reviews (like the one in Entertainment Weekly and another in Variety), and Los Angeles Times film reporter John Horn has an interesting look at the making......
  • Festival of Books: Author John Buntin

     
    One of the authors who will be at the L.A. Times Festival of Books -- this weekend, April 24-25 -- is John Buntin. Although he lives near Washington, D.C., Buntin became fascinated by Los Angeles -- particularly the criminals and......
  • Selling the movies — Golden Trailer awards nominate Daybreakers, Alice, The Cove, This Is It

     
    TWe're exposed to so many movie trailers — on TV, in theaters, online — that it's a miracle that any of them stand out as really “selling” the movie. With so many films pre-sold, in terms of interest, which trailers make the...
  • COMIC-CON 2010: 'Super' makes a swell start

     
    Hollywood’s biggest studios come to Comic-Con International in San Diego with their wallets wide open. They charter private jets, hire fleets of limousines, book blocks of high-end hotel rooms and ensure with countless assistants and publicists that...