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  • Lights! Camera! Food!

    For the last three months, some of the best food in this city was not served in a restaurant but from the sides of catering trucks. Grilled swordfish and mango salsa, fillet of beef with bearnaise sauce, pasta primavera, Caesar salads, Key lime pie,...
  • Mayor O'Malley's star turn

    Mayor O'Malley's star turn
    Mayor Martin O'Malley got his big Hollywood break yesterday, but his first role in a feature film was not much of a stretch. O'Malley portrayed the Mayor in the Touchstone Pictures drama Ladder 49, which stars John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix. The...
  • Old hall gets its 15 minutes

    Old hall gets its 15 minutes
    Down at the venerable Commodore bar and meeting hall in Middle River, the proprietors are preparing to go Hollywood. And already, there are whispers along the Baltimore County waterfront. "No, I did not buy my wife her new turquoise Thunderbird...
  • Globes honor 'Brokeback,' 'Walk the Line'

    The cowboy romance Brokeback Mountain led the Golden Globes yesterday with four prizes, including best dramatic film and the directing honor for Ang Lee. It was a triumphant night for films dealing with homosexuality and transsexuality. Along with the...
  • A Nicole Kidman itinerary, just in case

    In terms of sheer movie queen glam, the likes of Nicole Kidman haven't been seen in Charm City in decades. So it's all the more notable that the statuesque Australian beauty will star in Invasion, which is scheduled to shoot here this fall. That's not to...
  • 'Inherent Vice' trailer: Thomas Pynchon via Paul Thomas Anderson

    Thomas Pynchon's 2009 novel "Inherent Vice" is one of his most accessible. The story of a stoner private eye in Southern California at the end of the 1960s is part Jim Rockford, part Raymond Chandler and part Cheech & Chong. It's noir on the beach with...
  • 'Inherent Vice' trailer: Paul Thomas Anderson does Thomas Pynchon

    'Inherent Vice' trailer: Paul Thomas Anderson does Thomas Pynchon
    The first trailer for "Inherent Vice," Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of the 2009 Thomas Pynchon novel, has been released by Warner Bros. (watch it above). Set in late-1960s Los Angeles, the film stars Joaquin Phoenix as Larry "Doc" Sportello, a pot-...
  • Watch the First Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Warner Bros. has released the first official trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, "Inherent Vice." Based on the Thomas Pynchon novel, the 1970s-set film stars Joaquin Phoenix as a drug-fueled detective in Los Angeles...
  • Film Review: 'The Song'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A well-crooned country tune can invest even the hoariest cliches with honest feeling, and in much the same fashion, "The Song" takes a familiar tale of love, marriage, betrayal and redemption, and delivers a largely...
  • New York Film Festival seeks to shake up award season

     New York Film Festival seeks to shake up award season
    Film festivals in Toronto and Telluride, Colo., jockeyed intensely for premieres this year, and Venice offered several splashy debuts. But some of the year's biggest movies waited out those late-summer gatherings to land somewhere else entirely —...
  • New York Film Fest: Less Risk, More Reward for Studios

    As Toronto fought Telluride for premieres, and fest competition for prestige pics reached a fever pitch this year, the New York Film Festival quietly delivered some key victories: world premieres of two highly anticipated lit adaptations for its opening...
  • Far from Hollywood din, New York Film Festival puts focus on quality

    By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Cannes has its coveted prizes and Sundance its lucrative deals, but the New York Film Festival, unencumbered by awards or marketing, says its mission is simple: to present the year's best in world cinema....