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  • Rabbit TV: Does It Work?

    Rabbit TV: Does It Work?
    You have several options when it comes to watching TV.  Over-the-air is free.  But you'll have to pay extra if you want more channels.  That's why so many of our viewers wanted us to test "Rabbit TV." The commercial says "as long as you have internet...
  • 'Jai Ho' Composer, AR Rahman Turns Film Producer

    LONDON - Superstar Indian composer A.R. Rahman, winner of two Oscars, a brace of Grammys, a BAFTA and a Golden Globe for Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire," is turning multihyphenate. Rahman has struck a deal with distributor and financier Eros...
  • Do Film Festivals Have Oscar's Ear?

    Is there such a thing as too much awards buzz? That's a question worth asking as this year's awards chatter emanating from Cannes, Venice and Telluride has reached an ear-splitting, all-time high here at Toronto. This past weekend's showings of...
  • India's Version of '24' Sets Debut Date

    The Indian version of "24" will debut Oct. 4 on Viacom 18's channel Colors. Anil Kapoor ("Slumdog Millionaire"), who played Middle Eastern President Omar Hassan in the final season of the U.S. version of "24," is the local Jack Bauer. Kapoor's production...
  • Sony, MRC Reunite With Neill Blomkamp on 'Chappie'

    Sony and MRC have agreed to co-produce and co-finance "Elysium" director Neill Blomkamp's next film, "Chappie." The duo made the announcement on Tuesday. Starring Blomkamp regular Sharlto Copley ("District 9," "Elysium"), "Chappie" tells the story of...
  • TIFF 2013: The key award win for '12 Years a Slave'

    TIFF 2013: The key award win for '12 Years a Slave'
    There are all kinds of film festivals and almost every one hands out some sort of award. But even with virtually every major city on the planet now hosting a trophy-dispensing movie gathering, there's still just one honor that truly matters: the People'...
  • Pasadena Playhouse announces cast for 'Aladdin and his Winter Wish'

    Pasadena Playhouse announces cast for 'Aladdin and his Winter Wish'
    The Pasadena Playhouse has announced the cast for its family holiday show, "Aladdin and his Winter Wish." Ben Vereen of Broadway's "Pippin" and "Jesus Christ Superstar" will star as the Genie in this updated version of the classic Arabian Nights tale....
  • Review: 'Rush' is a good ride, but not a great one

     Review: 'Rush' is a good ride, but not a great one
    If the elegant cars of Formula One racing are thoroughbreds, "Rush," the new film set in that world, is more of a mixed breed. When screenwriter Peter Morgan candidly calls this "a British independent film directed by a Hollywood director," he is...
  • 'Trance'

    'Trance'
    Going in a much different direction from his Oscar-winning "Slumdog Millionaire,:"director Danny Boyle weaves an intriguing tale with multiple mysteries. James McAvoy plays an auctioneer who conspires with a criminal (Vincent Cassel) to steal a highly...
  • Toronto film festival to debut films on Mandela, Assange

    Toronto film festival to debut films on Mandela, Assange
    TORONTO (Reuters) - The world premiere of "The Fifth Estate," a ripped-from-the-headlines drama about Julian Assange and the creation of WikiLeaks, will open the 38th Toronto International Film Festival, which typically yields a number of Oscar...
  • Danny Boyle to Helm Cop Drama Series

    LONDON -- Danny Boyle is set to helm a contempo cop drama skein for U.K. pubcaster Channel 4. Boyle has been commissioned to direct the pilot, "Babylon," which will air early next year. The show has been penned by Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, whose...
  • Oscar Season Races to Fall Festivals

    As the annual Oscar campaign comes to resemble a presidential race more by the year, the fall festival calendar starts to resemble a long political primary, with its own Carvilles, Plouffes, and perhaps even its Atwaters. But as even the smaller...