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  • Baltimore's overlooked entertainment landscape

    Baltimore's overlooked entertainment landscape
    The media constantly reminds us of what is wrong with Baltimore. There is the pervasive crime problem, stories of political corruption and educational and environmental issues. But there is something very right about Baltimore that gets very little...
  • Partying with Oscar, Baltimore-style

    Partying with Oscar, Baltimore-style
    Errol Webber has an unfair advantage when it comes to Oscar parties. He actually has an Oscar, handed out on stage during an Academy Awards ceremony. And it'll be there for all his guests to admire, pose with any maybe even hold for a few seconds when...
  • HBO set designers provide 'change' you can believe in

    HBO set designers provide 'change' you can believe in
    Maryland is no stranger to movies and TV, but with the filming of the HBO political drama "Game Change" here, our small state has taken on its toughest role ever -- Alaska. Yet production designer Michael Corenblith and set decorator Tiffany Zappulla...
  • Presidential perspiration the inspiration for 'Frost/Nixon'

    Presidential perspiration the inspiration for 'Frost/Nixon'
    Richard Nixon really works up a sweat in "Frost/Nixon." When the former president agreed to do a series of television interviews with David Frost in 1977, he had reason to perspire during that English interviewer's questions about Watergate. You'll be...
  • Phelps fish out of water on TV

    A harsh reality emerged from Michael Phelps' interview with NBC's Matt Lauer, the first part of which aired Friday morning, with the second part tonight: Phelps doesn't function that well in front of cameras he knows about, either. It was far from a...
  • Donald Rumsfeld remains a mystery in 'The Unknown Known'

    Donald Rumsfeld smiles, spins and passes the buck as he spars with Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Errol Morris in "The Unknown Known." Rumsfeld has the certitude of a man so dismissive of any questioning of his thinking and decision-making in...
  • U.K.'s Channel 4 Picks Up 'Fargo' Series

    LONDON -- Channel 4 has acquired the U.K. premiere broadcast rights to "Fargo," the 10-part television series inspired by the Coen brothers' film. It will air in the spring. The series is an original adaptation by scribe Noah Hawley ("Bones," "The...
  • And an Oscar nomination should have gone to ...

     And an Oscar nomination should have gone to ...
    When the Academy Award nominations are announced, there are often surprises, sometimes including an underdog or two that may have burrowed their way into a finalist slot. It's rare, however, to find nominees who haven't been significantly promoted to...
  • Sarah Silverman dating Michael Sheen, magazine reports

    Sarah Silverman dating Michael Sheen, magazine reports
    A new Hollywood couple: "Masters of Sex" star Michael Sheen and actress-comedian Sarah Silverman, Us Weekly reports. Sheen has won new fans in the Showtime drama, one of the standout new series this season. He played Tony Blair in "The Queen" and...
  • 'Rush'

    'Rush'
    Ron Howard's penchant for varying his subjects as a director - with great skill - continues with this engrossing drama, the true story of the 1970s rivalry between Formula 1 drivers James Hunt (played by Chris Hemsworth) and Niki Lauda (Daniel Bruhl)....
  • For 'Mr. Banks,' Simi Valley works as Australian outback

    For 'Mr. Banks,' Simi Valley works as Australian outback
    Michael Corenblith is grateful for the rolling hills of Simi Valley. The production designer on Disney's "Saving Mr. Banks" relied heavily on the 10,000-acre Big Sky Ranch in the Ventura County city to help re-create the childhood home of P.L. Travers,...
  • Daniel Radcliffe Makes Broadway Return in 'Cripple of Inishmaan'

    One last star-driven play has squeezed into a crowded Broadway season, with the Daniel Radcliffe-toplined production of "The Cripple of Inishmaan" locking in dates at the Cort Theater for an April opening. Production, one of the shows on the initial...