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  • Dan Stevens to Star With John Travolta, Michael Pitt in 'Criminal Activities'

    With a big year ahead of him at the theater, Dan Stevens is looking to continue to stay busy as the former "Downton Abbey" actor has joined the cast of the drama "Criminal Activities" helmed by Jackie Earle Haley. Pic also stars John Travolta and Michael...
  • 2014 Summer Films In Connecticut

    2014 Summer Films In Connecticut
    There are several recurring themes running through this year's summer film season. The Wadsworth Atheneum puts the focus on food and classic screen beauties. The Connecticut LGBT Film Festival has several documentaries about gay celebrities. Classic...
  • TV This Week, May 18-24: 'Labyrinth,' 'The Maya Rudolph Show' and more

    TV This Week, May 18-24: 'Labyrinth,' 'The Maya Rudolph Show' and more
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 18 - 24, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY Chris Martin and company perform new songs and...
  • Cannes: Dogwoof Sells 'Advanced Style,' 'The Last Impresario'

    CANNES -- Dogwoof has inked a string of Cannes deals for "Advanced Style" and "The Last Impresario." All-rights deals for "Advanced Style," which is helmed by Lina Plioplyte and Ari Seth Cohen, were inked in Scandinavia and the Baltics with Non Stop...
  • Cannes 2014: 'The Rover,' shot in the scorching outback, chills the heart and soul

    Film directors fretting on the set is nothing new, but David Michod, whose "The Rover" will debut at the Festival du Cannes on Saturday, had a concern that was considerably out of the ordinary: "I worried," he says, "that the actors would die." Michod's...
  • Peabody Awards: Tom Brokaw Shines In Stellar Last Act

    Tom Brokaw spent more than 20 years in a pitched three-way battle as anchor of the "NBC Nightly News." Yet his greatest legacy, frankly, might be how classily he has defined what the transition to emeritus status can look like. Since gracefully handing...
  • Review: Loopy thriller 'Grand Piano' strikes a few sharp notes

     Review: Loopy thriller 'Grand Piano' strikes a few sharp notes
    A race-against-time thriller set in a crowded concert hall, director Eugenio Mira's "Grand Piano" may never match the silky suspense of Hitchcock's classic of sinister decorum, "The Man Who Knew Too Much," but it has a certain virtuosic joie de vivre....
  • Lena Dunham may quit acting; rails against women getting typecast

    Lena Dunham may quit acting; rails against women getting typecast
    Perhaps we'll be seeing less of Lena Dunham on screen in the future: The "Girls" talent says she might consider quitting acting to focus on some of her other work. But don't worry, she's not going far. "I don't know if I'm going to want to act...
  • Jake Gyllenhaal doubles down in 'Enemy'

     Jake Gyllenhaal doubles down in 'Enemy'
    Movie doubles seem to be multiplying at an alarming rate. At last fall's Toronto International Film Festival both "Enemy" and "The Double" grappled with what happens when you confront your doppelganger, and the idea appeared again in several films at...
  • Peabody Awards: Sundance Channel Spots Live Genius in Undead Series 'The Returned'

    It's hip to be undead these days, so it's difficult to find a fresh take on the zombie genre. Yet the Sundance Channel has done just that with the French series "The Returned," which is among this year's Peabody Award honorees. From creator Fabrice...
  • Versatile Rolls Out 'Abattoir,' 'Blind,' Picks Up 'Gente' (EXCLUSIVE)

    One-year-old Versatile, the Paris-based sales company headed by Pape Boye and Violaine Pichon, has closed a slew of sales on two flagship titles on its first-year slate: Supernatural thriller "Abattoir," helmed by Darren Lynn Bousman, director of "Saw II,...
  • Kurt Russell's life as an actor plays out by his own rules

     Kurt Russell's life as an actor plays out by his own rules
    Someone once told Kurt Russell that his acting career "looks like it was handled by a drunk driver." And Russell's reply? "I said I can't deny that," he said, laughing. But the boyishly handsome 63-year-old Russell, whom most baby boomers first...