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  • SHOWBIZ 7s: The End-of-the-Year List on Why I Hate End-of-the-Year Lists

    SHOWBIZ 7s: The End-of-the-Year List on Why I Hate End-of-the-Year Lists
    We've been swimming in a sea of end-of-the-year lists for the last month -- writing them, reading them, and passing them along to our co-workers and friends. At first blush they are sweet, giddy fun -- Sanjaya! Iggy! Michelle Pfeiffer returns!-- but...
  • Selling 'Be Kind Rewind' with a slapdash of humor

    Selling 'Be Kind Rewind' with a slapdash of humor
    In Oscar-winning writer-director Michel Gondry's upcoming comedy "Be Kind Rewind," Jack Black and Mos Def play accidental auteurs -- a couple of knock-around film novices who end up making movie magic with a minimum of resources: tin foil and cardboard, a...
  • New Director Transforms into 'Wolfman'

    Less than a week after Mark Romanek ditched the film, Universal's remake of "The Wolfman" has found a new director. According to Variety, Joe Johnston has come on board to salvage the $100 million-budgeted film, which remakes on track to begin production...
  • Hollywood's endangered entrepreneurs

    Hollywood's endangered entrepreneurs
    IT'S hard to imagine New Line Cinema without Bob Shaye, its prickly paterfamilias. The company is being absorbed into Time Warner's Warner Bros. film division, with Shaye and most of the employees being cast adrift. Long after he'd sold his company in...
  • 'Women's Murder Club' Reopens

    The "Women's Murder Club" is returning to ABC, but that will necessitate the movement of a couple of shows currently on the network's schedule. The show, based on James Patterson's novels, will return to the ABC schedule with three new episodes at 10 p....
  • Horror remakes: Where do we draw the line?

     
    GUEST ESSAY Gina McIntyre is the pop music editor at the Los Angeles Times but is a longtime devotee of horror films in all their gory greatness. She's not a person of tender sensibilities but after watching the recent history......
  • 'X-Men' film franchise must mutate to be heroic again

     
    FOUR FRANCHISES AT A CROSSROADS: PART THREE This week we're taking a look at four major trilogies from this decade that are looking to add a fourth film despite substantial challenges -- not least among those challenges the skepticism of......
  • EXCLUSIVE: What did David Hockney and Frank Gehry think of Lady Gaga?

     
    Hollywood stars mingled with LA's art elite at the MOCA 30th anniversary gala on Saturday night. Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, Pierce Brosnan Eva Mendes, Rose McGowan, Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny, Christina Ricci, Eva Mendes, Ridley Scott, Brett...
  • The filmmakers behind 'From Hell' take a Biblical road with 'Book of Eli'

     
    The Hughes Brothers start a new chapter with "Book of Eli" and Denzel Washington...
  • Pilot Season: First look at CBS' 2010 drama pilots

     
    There's an adage about writing that advises those wanting to communicate through the written word to write what they know. This pilot season, CBS, the network that turned its fortunes on many successful crime procedurals, is sticking to that motto.......
  • Christopher Nolan takes flight with Superman: 'We have a fantastic story' [UPDATED]

     
    The "Dark Knight" director speaks for the first time about his Superman plans -- and about the third Batman film's villain. "It won't be," he says with a wink, "Mr. Freeze."...
  • Bryan Singer on 'X-Men: First Class': It's got to be about Magneto and Professor X

     
    Director Bryan Singer and producer Lauren Shuler Donner sit down to discuss the future of the mutant-hero franchise -- and Singer's return with "X-Men: First Class"...