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  • Today’s interview — Michael Sheen

     
    He's in the “Twilight” movies, stole his scenes in “TRON” and memorably played Tony Blair a couple of times — in “The Deal,” “The Queen” and “The Special Relationship.” Michael Sheen has...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Michael Sheen on working with Woody in the City of Light

     
    Michael Sheen is a gifted mimic, as he proved with his spin on TV talker David Frost in “Frost/Nixon” and his three outings as former British prime minister Tony Blair. He’s done vampires (“Twilight”) and werewolves (“...
  • Javier Bardem offered lead role in Ron Howard’s film of King’s ‘The Dark Tower’

     
    He's up for an Oscar, and now Deadline.com says Javier Bardem has been offered the lead in Ron Howard's adaptation of Stephen King's “The Dark Tower.” It's a horror-sci-fi Western and Bardem would play Roland Deschain. Several other names have...
  • BEST OF 2010: 'A Streetcar Named Desire' leads a year of strong productions

     
    “A Streetcar Named Desire” was director David Cromer’s poetic, primal production at Writers’ Theatre in Glencoe, and No. 1 on my list of best shows of 2010. With best-of-the-year lists, it’s customary to wail about the difficulty of ranking so.....
  • An early look at 'Rabbit Hole,' starring Nicole Kidman

     
    "Rabbit Hole," the latest Pulitzer Prize-winning play to be adapted for the screen, is set to open in limited release in the U.S. on Dec. 17. Starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart, the comedy-drama about a couple grieving for their......
  • “Paranormal” is better than “Hereafter,” but will it surpass “Jackass?”

     
    I wasn't nuts about “Paranormal Activity,” but its found-video quality — the sketchiness of the storytelling, the editing and re-editing that allowed Oren Peli and his studio handlers to figure out just how long to lull the viewer before...
  • 'Animal Kingdom' and 'Mother and Child' are first DVD screeners of Oscar season

     
    Being first out of the gate often matters a lot in the Oscar derby. "Frozen River" and "Little Miss Sunshine" reaped top nominations in 2008 and 2006, respectively, after being the first DVDs shipped to academy members. This year, that distinction goes to...
  • Will 'The King's Speech' reign at the Oscars?

     
    Many Oscarologists like myself and Steve Pond (The Wrap) believe that the chief rival to "The Social Network" for best picture at the Oscars is "The King's Speech." The film looks like such a classic Oscar champ that, even before "The King's Speech"...
  • 'The Social Network,' 'Citizen Kane' and the truth in Hollywood

     
    When it comes to making movies about real people, Hollywood has a long history of not letting the facts get in the way. Nearly 70 years ago, there was “Citizen Kane,” chronicling the rise to power of media baron William......
  • Calling all psychics: Will 'Hereafter' return Clint Eastwood to the Oscars?

     
    Clint Eastwood has had trouble getting back into the Oscar race lately. After winning best picture way back in 1992 ("Unforgiven"), he had a great run from 2003 to 2006 with two best-pic nominees ("Mystic River," "Letters From Iwo Jima") and one more...
  • Reagan: The Movie? It’s in the works

     
    A couple of well-credentialed Hollywood producers have optioned a couple of books about actor turned governor turned 40th president and conservative icon Ronald Reagan. They're making a $30 million movie (modest budget) about him next year, they tell...
  • COMIC-CON 2010: Hollywood's heroes take flight with unexpected directors

     
    Here's a longer version of John Horn's Los Angeles Times Calendar article on Comic-Con filmmakers. When the big studios commit big bucks on their big franchises, the list of directors deemed equal to the task suddenly can grow very small.......