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  • Oscars poll: Who'll win best supporting actor?

     
    Christoph Waltz ("Inglourious Basterds") dominated last year's Oscar race for supporting actor from the outset, but now there's no early front-runner. There's a lot of support for Geoffrey Rush's flamboyant role as wily voice coach to Britain's stammering...
  • One year ago: What Oscar pundits prophesized

     
    Let this be a lesson to all of us smug Oscar seers who insist that they know how the current derby will play out. Most of us now say that it's "The Social Network" versus "The King's Speech" for best picture, Colin Firth ("The King's Speech") versus James...
  • Hollywood flocks to PETA's 30th-anniversary gala

     
    Much of Hollywood is a sucker for a furry face, so it was only natural that a herd of celebs would turn out for the 30th-anniversary gala of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals at the Hollywood Palladium on Saturday night. The event, hosted by "30...
  • Quiz: Who won Oscars for foreign-lingo roles?

     
    Seven actors have won Academy Awards for performances in non-English-language roles. Four of them are Marion Cotillard ("La Vie en Rose") speaking French, Roberto Benigni ("Life Is Beautiful") and Sophia Loren ("Two Women") speaking Italian and Penelope...
  • An Oscar for Justin Timberlake?

     
    Yes, of course, "The Social Network" will be nominated at the Oscars for best picture, director (David Fincher) and screenplay (Aaron Sorkin), but what about those tricky acting slots? Jesse Eisenberg has a good shot at making the list for lead actor, but...
  • Film Review: 'Centurion': Pict your poison, Romans

     
    Every time Neil Marshall makes a film – 2005's The Descent is probably the best known – stock prices of stage-blood manufacturers must enjoy a momentary spike. Centurion is no exception, and there are enough spikes (and spears and swords and arro...
  • Movie Review: Centurion

     
    The “soldiers trapped behind enemy lines” story has been a favorite since Xenophon followed Greeks home from deep in hostile Persia in “Anabasis,” in 400 B.C. That's the plot of “Centurion,” an old–fashioned quest...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights: 'Class' on the Hallmark Channel

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 15 - 21 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here ‘CLASS': A single mom (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, with Maxwell Perry Cotton)......
  • TV This Week for August 8 -14

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 8 - 14 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here SUNDAY Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden and......
  • COMIC CON 2010: Seth Rogen looks for a 'Green Hornet' buzz at Comic-Con

     
    Here's a longer version of my Calendar cover story from today's Los Angeles Times... It's not easy being a hard-luck hero. Just ask Seth Rogen who, for the better part of four years, has been trying to get "The Green......
  • COMIC-CON 2010: 'The Green Hornet' tries to buzz

     
    Comic-Con attendees weren't quite sure what to make of "The Green Hornet," Seth Rogen's reincarnation of the 20th century radio/television superhero. In Hall H on Friday, the footage played to a decent, if not rousing, reception and afterward, many of.......
  • Harvey's stealth Oscar contender: 'The Concert'

     
    Publicly, the movie that the Weinstein Co. is pushing hard for the best picture Oscar is "The King's Speech," which stars Colin Firth as Britain's King George VI trying to overcome a nervous stammer. But that notoriously sneaky Harvey Weinstein has a...