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  • So you think you can dance?

    So you think you can dance?
    If Edward Van Ornum's father were given an option between attending a party or cutting off his hand, he'd probably ask, "Which hand?" Growing up, Van Ornum, of Newport Beach, found that he similarly had little social life. He'd go to school, followed by...
  • CinemaCon: Disney Skirts Around 'Star Wars,' Spotlights Marvel, Pixar

    While Disney chose not to reveal any new details or footage from Lucas Films' upcoming "Star Wars," the studio shined the spotlight on its other franchises during its CinemaCon presentation Wednesday, including Marvel's "Captain America: The Winter...
  • 'Parks and Recreation's' Hidden Political Commentary

    You may think that NBC's "Parks and Recreation" is just a goofy workplace comedy starring Amy Poehler. But it actually has some subtle subtext to America's political struggles. The show is set around the parks and recreation department in the fictional...
  • 'Star Wars: Episode VII' to shoot in London in May, with R2D2 aboard

    'Star Wars: Episode VII' to shoot in London in May, with R2D2 aboard
    The new “Star Wars” will begin shooting in a time not long from now in a galaxy not really very far away. The J.J. Abrams reboot of the classic space-opera franchise will begin production in London in May, Disney said Wednesday via the...
  • Chris Hardwick's Nerdist Gets New Leadership

    Former Lava Bear Films executive Adam Rymer has been named president of Chris Hardwick's Nerdist Industries, while Comedy Central and CBS vet Jack Herrguth takes over as head of development of the network dedicated to fanboy fare. Rymer and Herrguth join...
  • In 'Muppets Most Wanted,' a different tone for Kermit and the gang

    In 'Muppets Most Wanted,' a different tone for Kermit and the gang
    Tina Fey looks to be a less friendly face for the beloved Muppets in this weekend's sequel "Muppets Most Wanted," playing Siberian prison guard Nadya. But Fey said her role in the new film belies her feelings about the fuzzy creatures -- like many cast...
  • Disney's Iger talks movies. Google and Viacom make peace.

    Disney's Iger talks movies. Google and Viacom make peace.
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to see "Nymphomaniac" now or wait for the edited version on cable. The Skinny: Caught Sunday's "The Walking Dead" last night where the Lizzie character got Fredo'd. Godfather fans will get the reference. Tough...
  • 'William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back' by Ian Doescher

    "William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back" by Ian Doescher; Quirk Books ($14.95) A long time ago in a galaxy far, far well, really about a year ago, William Shakespeare (died 1616) teamed up with Oregon author Ian Doescher to adapt filmmaker...
  • ‘Muppets Most Wanted’: Ricky Gervais humble before Miss Piggy, Kermit

     
    Cinema has plenty of classic couples — Hepburn and Tracy, Bogart and Bacall, Brad and Angie — but few are […]...
  • Nueva entrega de "Star Wars" se situará 30 años después de "Return of the Jedi"

    Por Lisa Richwine (Reuters) - La acción de la próxima entrega de la serie "Star Wars" ocurrirá 30 años después de "Episode VI: Return of the Jedi" y se estrenará en 2015, dijo el martes el presidente ejecutivo de Walt Disney Co., Bob Iger, en la...
  • Review: 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Lands on Netflix

    "Star Wars" is always better when it leans toward its darker side, and that's certainly true of the batch of "The Clone Wars" episodes, dubbed "The Lost Missions," premiering exclusively on Netflix. A huge coup given the importance of fan passion in...
  • Paul Williams: ever-evolving

    Paul Williams: ever-evolving
    When the faceless duo Daft Punk won the Grammy for Album of the Year in January, a short, spiky-haired man joined them on stage and announced, "Back when I was drinking, I used to imagine things that weren't there that were frightening. Then I got sober,...