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  • Animal safety representative monitors their welfare during filming of movies, TV

     Animal safety representative monitors their welfare during filming of movies, TV
    When he's on a film set, Ken Gold sees himself as the sole advocate for the health and welfare of one part of the cast that can't speak for itself: the animals. Gold, who is based in Chicago, has worked for the past 11 years as an American Humane...
  • For Shannon and Van Swearingen, you can bet it's personal

    For Shannon and Van Swearingen, you can bet it's personal
    Anyone walking in off the street just to see General Zod up close is likely to be bemused and perhaps confounded by Sam Shepard's "Simpatico," a bizarre and byzantine drama even by Shepardian standards. But for anyone who has watched Michael Shannon and...
  • Interview: Turns out, David Schwimmer can get down

    Interview: Turns out, David Schwimmer can get down
    David Schwimmer apparently has more dance moves than just the ones he demonstrated by the water fountain in the famous intro for NBC's "Friends." The 46-year-old actor and director told Interview magazine last year that he was a "pretty good dancer"...
  • Diane Lane embraces age and 'Youth'

    Diane Lane embraces age and 'Youth'
    When Diane Lane first arrived at the Goodman Theatre to begin rehearsals for David Cromer's much-anticipated fall production of Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth," someone handed the famous actress — star of such movies as "Rumble Fish,"...
  • 'Superman' delays 'Simpatico'

    A Red Orchid Theatre’s staging of Sam Shepard's “Simpatico,” which is to star longtime collaborators Michael Shannon and Guy Van Swearingen, has been pushed back several weeks. Instead of beginning performances on June 13, the show now...
  • Henry Cavill: The 'Man of Steel' proves to be a man of style

    Henry Cavill: The 'Man of Steel' proves to be a man of style
    While the "Man of Steel" made a superior show of strength at the box office over the weekend, Henry Cavill, the man who dons the cape for the latest Superman film has already proved himself a fashion plate, turning out for the film's various worldwide...
  • 'Hangover Part III' trails second film at international box office

    'Hangover Part III' trails second film at international box office
    When "The Hangover Part III" opened with half as many ticket sales as its predecessor in May, it was clear American moviegoers had tired of the Wolf Pack.  But there was hope yet for Warner Bros. In the two years between the second and third "Hangover,"...
  • Yahoo searches for 'Tom Ford' spike -- is Jay Z the reason?

    Yahoo searches for 'Tom Ford' spike -- is Jay Z the reason?
    Today comes word from the folks over at Yahoo that searches for the name "Tom Ford" have spiked 155% in the last month and that the search engine's queries for the fashion designer's name are up ninefold in 2013 compared with the same time last year. In...
  • Warner Bros. shake-up: movie chief Jeff Robinov to exit

    Warner Bros. shake-up: movie chief Jeff Robinov to exit
    Warner Bros.' Jeff Robinov is stepping down from the top position at Hollywood's largest movie studio. Robinov has served as president of Warner Bros. Pictures Group since 2007. While he has not officially left the studio, he is making arrangements to...
  • TMI: 'Man of Steel' needs less talk from Jor-El

     TMI: 'Man of Steel' needs less talk from Jor-El
    I have a theory for what is causing "Man of Steel's" faster-than-expected slide at the box office: Jor-El. Around the fifth time Russell Crowe materializes as Jor, the long-dead father of Clark Kent, a.k.a. Kal-El, a.k.a. Superman, I wanted to scream....
  • Sports and Pop Culture

    Sports and Pop Culture
    SPORTS The Boys in the Boat Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics Daniel James Brown Viking, $28.95 An underdog story of nine working-class boys from the University of Washington's eight-oar crew and their...
  • Jon Peters completes Westside home's celebrity pedigree

    Jon Peters completes Westside home's celebrity pedigree
    The ownership records of this property read like a “Who’s Who” in Hollywood. Actress Kate Jackson sold the place to saxophonist Kenny G in 1990. Tennis champ Pete Sampras sold it to film producer Jon Peters in 2004. Now the Westside home...