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  • Review: 'Nebraska' offers a rich reward along its journey

    Review: 'Nebraska' offers a rich reward along its journey
    It's the letter everyone's received. The one that gets your attention by saying you've won a million dollars but is actually all about selling magazine subscriptions. But what if someone truly believed they'd won that million? And what if that...
  • Michael Urie conjures a 'taste' of Streisand in 'Buyer and Cellar'

     Michael Urie conjures a 'taste' of Streisand in 'Buyer and Cellar'
    NEW YORK — Michael Urie sits in a West Village restaurant making a few subtle gestures. A flutter of the hands and you imagine the fingernails. A squint of the eyes and the famously furrowed expression pops into view. A tilt of the head just so...
  • 11 things we love about Jennifer Lawrence's Vogue interview

    11 things we love about Jennifer Lawrence's Vogue interview
    Jennifer Lawrence always knew she'd be famous. Yeah, she said it. But it's not what you think. The zany and eclectic young star, who started her career at age 14 when she was photographed by a model scout in New York's Union Square, captured our...
  • Batman Backlash: Ben Affleck Has Nothing on Michael Keaton

    Comic-book fans have an understandable fear of not being taken seriously, particularly when it comes to a signature character like Batman, who has been subjected to no end of camp treatment and abuse (sorry, Adam West) through the years. Still, the...
  • The view from above Los Angeles

    The view from above Los Angeles
    When I tell people I live in California, they almost always ask where. But when they hear Los Angeles, all too often their faces fall. They were hoping, I suspect, for Sausalito or Pebble Beach. To them Los Angeles is a place of flat, seemingly...
  • Gene Hackman's road trip not taken

    Gene Hackman's road trip not taken
    Let us now praise two actors, one who stars in "Nebraska," one who didn't. Now 77, Bruce Dern deserves every accolade and honor coming his way thanks to "Nebraska," director Alexander Payne's rueful comedy about a fogged-in career alcoholic, living in...
  • Richard Dreyfuss: A lesson in civics, and civility

    Richard Dreyfuss: A lesson in civics, and civility
    Richard Dreyfuss has a lot on his mind. And he's more than willing to share. Among his talking points: the beleaguered state of civics education and filmmaking today — most roles in new films are "stupid," he believes — studying at Oxford,...
  • Ben Affleck as Batman: Roles that might inform Dark Knight portrayal

     
    Batman fans aren't exactly applauding the news that Ben Affleck will be the next actor to portray Bruce Wayne on […]...
  • Jack Nicholson retiring from acting because of memory loss?

     
    New rumors have surfaced about Jack Nicholson retiring, but a report has already been released to shoot them down....
  • Jonathan Winters likes the Los Angeles Rams

     
    Comedian Jonathan Winters in the crowd at a Rams game with the Philadelphia Eagles. Winters, one of the celebrity sports addicts is a loyal Rams booster....
  • Reel Critics: No corn in this 'Nebraska'

    Reel Critics: No corn in this 'Nebraska'
    Director Alexander Payne knows his way around Oscar-worthy films and great actors. He proved it in "Sideways" with Paul Giamatti, "The Descendants" with George Clooney and "About Schmidt" with Jack Nicholson. Payne takes the time to develop his characters...
  • Bruce Dern to George Clooney: Q&A Blitz Helps Carry This Year's Oscar Onslaught

    Wherever you go in town this time of year you're likely to run into a filmmaker. Or an actor. Or at least a producer. It's not that normally inaccessible movie stars are suddenly becoming pedestrian friendly. It's just that in this corridor of time known...