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  • ‘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 […]...
  • 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,...
  • Dive Into Media History At The Museum Of The Moving Image

    Dive Into Media History At The Museum Of The Moving Image
    Time to get moving -- at a museum of all places. If you like radio, TV, movies or multimedia, we found a place that celebrates all of it. It's called The Museum Of The Moving Image in Astoria, Queens. "We're the only museum in the country devoted to...
  • Her Universe and Nerdist Industries to present "Geek Couture" Fashion Show

    Her Universe and Nerdist Industries to present "Geek Couture" Fashion Show
    If there has ever been a market that goes underestimated, in my opinion it's the female market. It baffles me why some companies insist on ignoring women, especially when it comes to typically "geeky" things like toys, science fiction/fantasy books and...
  • 'Divergent' dreams up a broken future Chicago

    'Divergent' dreams up a broken future Chicago
    The new movie "Divergent" opens on a marsh, wild and untended, its grasses long, wavy and serene. So what follows, considering the relatively benign, "Ferris Bueller"-ed archetype of Chicago on film, might prove unnerving: As the camera pans across...
  • George Lucas' Request to Today's Filmmakers: 'Don't Forget the Basics'

    "The reason this is happening is because I'm pursuing my own agenda about the school and what I think it should teach," said George Lucas, who endowed three new chairs in a dedication at the USC School of Cinematic Arts Thursday. The audience laughed, but...
  • Dominic Monaghan Wants to Be in 'Star Wars'

    Will Dominic Monaghan play a jedi in the upcoming "Star Wars: Episode VII"? Probably not, but the actor has talked to his "Lost" exec producer J.J. Abrams about appearing in the film. "Give me a lightsaber, I'll do anything," Monaghan told DweebCast...
  • Q&A: Jeremy Renner on Chris Evans and Hawkeye's Bigger Role in 'Avengers 2′

    Jeremy Renner started to wield Hawkeye's bow in 2012′s "Avengers," a role he reprises in April when filming begins on the sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron." With "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" opening next weekend, Renner spoke to Variety...
  • Disney Revving Up Action-Comedy 'The Wheelman' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Disney is revving up the family action-comedy "The Wheelman," bringing on the sibling writing team of Jim and Brian Kehoe to script. Panay Film's Andrew Panay, Adam Blum and Jared Iacino are producing. Panay's credits include "Wedding Crashers" and...
  • Devotees celebrate Tolkien reading day at Forest Park comic shop

    Devotees celebrate Tolkien reading day at Forest Park comic shop
    Among top J.R.R. Tolkien fans, Oak Park resident Beth Potterveld admits she has shortcomings. Her Elvish — the made-up language at the center of Tolkien's works — is only good enough to cobble together a few sentences, she said. But her...
  • Global Location Report: 5 Film Spots in the News

    GEORGIA Over the past few weeks no location has been in the news more than Georgia, site of the tragic railroad accident that killed crew member Sarah Jones during the filming of Gregg Allman biopic "Midnight Rider." The incident -- which has renewed...
  • Top Hollywood Players Attempt Executive Reinvention

    Richard Zanuck, the former second-generation production chief of Twentieth Century-Fox, once explained to me his survival strategy for his later years as an independent producer. "When a studio development executive calls me in to give me his notes, I...