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  • Daniel Brühl, the next pan-European Everyman

    Daniel Brühl, the next pan-European Everyman
    At this stage in his gracefully ascending career, Daniel Brühl has emerged as that rare yet sometimes undervalued cinematic bird, the problem solver. He's clearly made a name among directors as a can-do performer; it's hardly coincidence that he can...
  • Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz sizzle on Broadway in 'Betrayal'

    "THERE'S NOTHING like the love of a good man!" said Julia Roberts over her shoulder to me after I'd commented on how young and beautiful the actress looks these days. This -- after she'd come all the way across the Ethel Barrymore Theatre to give me a...
  • Behind closed doors at 'Masters of Sex'

    Behind closed doors at 'Masters of Sex'
    Disrobing for the cameras may not be easy at first, but after a while it can acquire a certain workaday familiarity. "Now I don't even get nervous about it," Lizzy Caplan said after a day of shooting on the Sony lot in Culver City. Such anxiety could be...
  • 'Rush' driver Lauda challenges our definitions of heroism

    PARIS -- Our standards for heroism really have tanked, and a new Hollywood movie has driven that point home -- at 180 mph. Ron Howard's breathtaking new movie, "Rush," is the story of the famous 1976 season of Formula One legends Niki Lauda and James...
  • SAG-AFTRA's Ned Vaughn Ends Run for State Assembly

    Ned Vaughn, a key architect of the SAG-AFTRA merger, has decided against running for a California State Assembly seat as a Republican after a two-month campaign. Vaughn, whose acting credits include "Frost/Nixon," "China Beach" and "The Hunt for Red...
  • David Frost dies: British broadcaster and 'Frost/Nixon' basis was 74

     
    Legendary British broadcaster David Frost, whose interviews with former President Richard Nixon were the basis of the play and movie "Frost/Nixon," has died at 74 years old....
  • Zurich to Honor Working Title's Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner

    Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner of British production company Working Title Films will receive Zurich Film Festival Career Achievement Award. Bevan will accept the Golden Eye on behalf of the duo on Oct. 2. Since its inception in 1992, Working Title's 100...
  • 'Rush' and 'Prisoners' make their case to academy members

    'Rush' and 'Prisoners' make their case to academy members
    "What's the deal with all these movies," one academy member asked me over the weekend. "All of a sudden, there are just so many of them, and they're all supposed to be really, really good." You could almost forgive his astonishment, awakening as he...
  • Auto-racing film 'Rush' takes another route with Niki Lauda's help

    Auto-racing film 'Rush' takes another route with Niki Lauda's help
    TORONTO — It was 37 years ago, but Niki Lauda recalls his brush with death as if it happened this morning. The Austrian Formula One driver had been in a ferocious nip-and-tuck battle for most of the season with his British rival James Hunt when...
  • One foot on the brake in 'Rush' ★★ 1/2

    One foot on the brake in 'Rush'  ★&#9733 1/2
    It's big, brash and dramatically it goes in circles. The first two may be enough for most people, especially if they're into Formula One racing, to overlook the third. With "Rush," director Ron Howard brings a long, earnest career's worth of expertise...
  • 'Rush': How an Oscar nominee came to fire up a Formula One film

    'Rush': How an Oscar nominee came to fire up a Formula One film
    Peter Morgan wouldn’t be the first screenwriter you’d think of to tell the story of the 1976 Formula One rivalry between the uptight clinician Niki Lauda and the seat-of-his pants swashbuckler James Hunt. Known for upscale real-life stories...
  • Review: 'Rush' is a good ride, but not a great one

     Review: 'Rush' is a good ride, but not a great one
    If the elegant cars of Formula One racing are thoroughbreds, "Rush," the new film set in that world, is more of a mixed breed. When screenwriter Peter Morgan candidly calls this "a British independent film directed by a Hollywood director," he is...