| Sep 6, 2012
| 7:58 AM
El drama de los ancianos que rehúsan pasar los últimos días de su vida en un asilo adquiere una solución de "ENMV0002398">"película" en Robot & Frank. En este filme protagonizado por legendario Frank Langella, un octogenario conoce un robot que lo cuida y...
| Jul 20, 2012
| 12:39 PM
Former child actor and Oscar-winning director Ron Howard will bring Hollywood glitz to this year’s Brickyard 400.
Howard will lead the NASCAR field as a the pace car driver for the Crown Royal Presents the Curtiss Shaver 400 at the Brickyard...
| Jun 26, 2007
Three-time Emmy nominee Oliver Platt and model-actress Lauren Hutton will be featured on "Nip/Tuck" in the coming season.
The pair have signed on for multi-episode guest arcs on the FX series, and both will be playing showbiz types in Los Angeles, the...
| Jan 6, 2010
| 3:18 PM
ARIES (March 21-April 19):Choosing to be assertive in the most appropriate situations and for the right reasons might be a challenge.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You may need to insist on boundaries when dealing with co-workers or business contacts to...
| Jan 27, 2009
Taking his media blitz national Monday in New York, hundreds of miles from the start of his impeachment proceedings in Springfield, embattled Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich continued to portray himself as Jimmy Stewart in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," an...
| Dec 6, 2007
NEW YORK—"I made one single miscalculation in my life," says David Sarnoff, the acknowledged father of American television and one of two dueling narrators in Aaron Sorkin's slick yet deeply conflicted new docudrama, "and that was that I had no idea...
| Jan 8, 2009
“I’ve Loved You So Long” is the kind of acclaimed foreign-language movie that should do solid business in unprovincial locations such as New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Nashville and St. Louis. Ten weeks after Sony Pictures Classics first...
| Jan 23, 2009
DANNY BOYLE "Slumdog Millionaire"
The eclectic British director of Irish Catholic descent receives his first Academy Award nomination in the directing category for his sleeper indie hit about a poverty-stricken teenager in Mumbai who goes...
| Jan 11, 2009
It's been a grand time lately for actors playing famous U.S. political figures on film: Josh Brolin in "W," Sean Penn in "Milk" and Frank Langella reprising his stage role in "Frost/Nixon." Another compelling, if far less publicized re-creation of a major...
| Jan 26, 2009
Michael Sheen has made his name playing famous people in films -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair in "The Queen," talk-show host David Frost in "Frost/Nixon" -- and for his return to the "Underworld" franchise, his stylists seem to have taken Harry...
| Feb 22, 2009
Tonight's Oscar ceremony will be the 81st in the award's venerable history, and like people who've reached an advanced age, the institution has had a hard time getting respect in a contemporary culture that cares mightily about being up to the minute...
| Jan 7, 2009
If "Slumdog Millionaire" doesn't snag the Oscar for best picture, then the academy might consider creating a new award for it this year: the only Oscar-buzzed film you didn't feel like you had already seen before you actually saw it.